Improving your three-point shot could soon be as simple as slapping on the Vibrado Sleeve and activating an app. The sleeve in question is equipped with three accelerometers: one on the bicep, another for the forearm and one for the back of the hand. The accelerometers track a shooter's range of motion and compare it against parameters for the "ideal shot."
The Vibrado Sleeve can light up to tell players they need to adjust their form or it can run silently. An app that interfaces with the sleeve and provides real-time analytics is currently being created. Technology such as the Vibrado Sleeve effectively lets players coach themselves and work on their shot wherever they are. The sleeve is still being developed, but it's an exciting creation that ballers from high school to the pros will likely be interested in.