Archive for May, 2011
We were recently paid a visit to the 2011 California Science Fair to meet with Kyle Lin, a Santa-Rosa High School student whose science fair project used Pocket Radar to study the effect that building rectus abdominis muscle strength or increasing wrist flexion has on tennis service velocity. Kyle used Pocket Radar to measure the ...Read more.
“Welcome to Radar Nation, where the ideal velocities resemble temperatures in Phoenix in July.” In the April 4th edition of Sports Illustrated, writer Tom Verducci wrote a great article titled Radar Love; he included an overall history of how and where radar technology came about in the baseball industry. In 1946, at the Griffith Stadium ...Read more.
From claiming speed records in the air, on the ground or in the water, to fastballs, auto racing, and downhill skiing, to playground cycling and running races, there is no doubt that the “need for speed” is deeply rooted in humankind. In fact, speed is such a fascination that an entire television network is devoted ...Read more.