The HD Golf™ Video Swing Analysis module uses high-speed cameras (120 frames per second) with special wide-angle lenses to capture data.
Our video playback will always be sharp and easy for players and coaches to review. The HD Golf ™ cameras will also work well in low light and in situations where space is at a premium, such as an indoor hitting bay. The competitors use standard DV camcorders (average of 30 frames per second) to capture data and they tend to produce blurry images. Most DV camcorders may operate poorly in low light conditions rendering footage that may be useless for teaching purposes.
Automated swing capture
Our system features automated swing capture and doesn’t require an operator to hit a key on the keyboard to trigger the swing capture. Some competitive systems rely on acoustic triggers for swing capture but these tend to work poorly in noisy environments and can be very frustrating to operate.
The Perfect Swing composite swing model.
Why not compare your swing to that of the pros! HD Golf™ Video Swing Analysis is the only simulator that features the Perfect Swing, a composite swing model developed in conjunction with world-renowned golf instructor Jim McLean. The Perfect Swing incorporates the swings of Ernie Els, Ben Hogan and Tiger Woods and the result is of course perfect!
HD Golf™ Video Swing Analysis module is feature-rich and includes a complete set of drawing and editing tools that can be accessed easily from the touch screen. Features include: freeze frame, side by side comparison, slow motion playback and the ability to save swings for later review.
A Completely Integrated Simulator Solution
Tools and accessories including club fitting, equipment comparison, video swing analysis, swing dynamics and weight transfer analysis are seamlessly integrated (“plug & play”), easy-to-use, and operate from a single computer and touchscreen interface. Our dual screen technology allows users to flip information from the touchscreen to the large screen with the press of a button.
Measurements and other information from multiple tools/accessories are appropriately combined (e.g. shot analysis with video swing analysis or weight dynamics and video swing analysis) and stored in a database which can be accessed at anytime by the instructor or even a student from a “Player Locker” webpage. In addition there is also an equipment database which contains model specifications for clubs, shafts and balls.