Advance Queensland Sport Science Challenge

Round one recipients presenting at the HYPE SPIN Accelerator: Global Pitch Event include:

Leon McBride from Teaching Athletics is developing an interactive 3D coaching app (Athletics3D) for coaches and athletes of all levels, from beginner to elite level.  Learn more about the development of the app that will show technically-accurate animations for ten track and field events.

Dr Markus Deutsch from Fusion Sport is working on a modular suite of athlete health and performance monitoring tools. Learn more about the development of this suite of tools to help athletes, coaches and sporting organisations to monitor athletes’ health and performance.

Leigh Ellen Potter from Innovative Design and Emerging Applications Lab at Griffith University is creating a virtual reality training simulation for cyclists and fans based on the 2018 Commonwealth Games. Learn more about the simulator project.


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