Discover how high-tech fabrics can make swimmers and skiers faster, how baseballs equipped with instrumentation can improve pitchers' deliveries and how understanding the technical parameters of a golf swing can enhance players' games.
Patrick Drane is Assistant Director, Baseball Research Center at the University of Massachusetts, Lowell.
|Most Valuable Products: The Cutting Edge Hardware
We are in the midst of a revolution in how athletes train, perform, and heal. Advances in mobile technology, AI, Big Data, sensors, GPS, and more have allowed humans to stretch the limits of their athletic capabilities.
|The Power of Wearable Technology in Sports
We welcome Isaiah Kacyvenski, former 8-year NFL veteran and Head of the Consumer Business and Chairman of the Sports Advisory Board at MC10, to the i-lab to discuss the opportunities new and emerging technology provide to the Innovate in Sports.
This is a four-part NOVA documentary series hosted by David Pogue, exploring the materials that will shape our future.
|Engineering Human Touch
We humans interact with our physical environment through our senses of touch, sight, smell, taste, and hearing. One of the great challenges in developing artificial intelligence and natural interfaces between humans and machines is finding ways to emulate those senses through electrical circuits.