Sensor design and development (wearable computer)
Sensor design and development refer to the creation of wearable computer systems and devices equipped with sensors to collect data during physical activities. These sensors can track various parameters such as motion, heart rate, muscle activity, and environmental factors, providing valuable insights into an athlete's performance and well-being.
Reverse engineering involves analyzing and deconstructing existing products or technologies to understand their design, functionality, and underlying principles. In the context of performance analysis, reverse engineering can be used to gain insights from successful techniques, equipment, or training methods and apply them to enhance an athlete's performance. It can also involve creating 3D models and utilizing digital fabrication capabilities for prototyping and production.
Ad hoc software
It refers to the creation of custom software solutions tailored to specific performance analysis needs. It involves designing and building software applications or tools that can collect, analyze, and visualize data related to an athlete's performance, enabling informed decision-making and performance optimization.