InPutter Gives a Leg Up to Your Swing Motion in Short Game

November 29, 2014, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Sports, it seems, can’t take a step forward without joining hands with technology. Innovations are flourishing in the field and the game of golf is no exception. Advent of sensors, GPS, accelerometers, etc has hiked the tech-aspects of the game. A new tech-putter is now on its way to the golf course to help players improve their swing.

InPutter is the new putter that has been loaded with accelerometer, gyroscope, magnetometer and force sensor to help you analyze, and maybe even rectify, the motion you make while in a short game.

Chances of improving your backswing are now wide open with this new putter.

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The sensors inside the putter make use of the movement to track down the swinging action, covering the major aspects like clubface angle, position of impact, amplitude, downswing, etc. The Wi-Fi module will then have a transmission of this data into the cloud for being accessed later.

Swing analysis won’t be handy unless monitored through the proper app and that’s where InPutter Visualizer comes into play.

The app, which can be made available on your laptop, desktop, smartphone and tablet, tracks down the data to summarize the feedback.

Level of force, amplitude, angle of impact, etc will be covered on its feedback. But being a better player is something that solely depends on you!

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Don’t assume InPutter to be the debutant with tech-specs to aid your swing motion. Swing Byte 2, Golf Swing Recording Video Camera, etc can all help you track down your swing, although they vary in the way the data is monitored.

It may take quite a while though to get hold of this tech-aided putter. InPutter is currently running its crowd-funding campaign on Indiegogo  and the wait could last until May for the putter to enter full-scale production and shipment.

The putter will be supplied alongside a USB-rechargeable lithium-polymer battery which can last up to four hours on a single charge.

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