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Instruments of Things Launches SOMI-1 – The Sound of Me

September 19th, 2021

Instruments of Things is a German music-tech company founded in 2018 that develops solutions for sound and media interaction. The company’s vision is to build bridges between humans and auditive media to let people become musicians, performers and creators in an intuitive way. The company is now launching SOMI-1, an interactive wearable sensor kit that […]

TeamNL Wins Paralympic Gold in Wheelchair Basketball – Used Movesense in Training

September 9th, 2021

Movesense congratulates TeamNL for winning wheelchair basketball in Tokyo Paralympics! The team has been using Movesense sensors to monitor their training and, apparently, to gain a competitive edge. The training tool that the team is using is Wheelchair Mobility Performance Monitor, an application developed by a Dutch research group led by Dr. Rienk van der […]

Firstbeat Sports: Athlete app – Making athletes stakeholders in their own data

September 2nd, 2021

Firstbeat Sports has released the Firstbeat Sports: Athlete app, available on iOS and Android mobile devices via the Apple App Store and Google Play Store. Increase buy-in and make your athletes part of the data collection process This dedicated app gives athletes greater control and access to their performance data, providing a resourceful aid for […]

Introducing Movesense Sensor HR

August 20th, 2021

We are proud to introduce a new member of the Movesense sensor family, Movesense Sensor HR. The new sensor version features a 9-axis motion measurement, heart rate, and a single-channel, non-medical ECG, as in the widely used HR+ model, but does not have a temperature sensor or 1-wire connection that is used with Movesense Smart […]

Physilect Announces a Series of Exergames – Uses Movesense Sensor as a Controller

June 17th, 2021

Physilect is a Finnish pioneer of computer aided remote rehabilitation. The company has just launched their first mobile game that includes exercise elements and is working on several more. The games are utilizing Movesense sensors as a game controller and an interaction device between the game and the player. Exergames are computer games that are […]

Jokerit Hockey Club Leads Sportstech Use in KHL

April 22nd, 2021

The Finnish ice hockey club Jokerit plays in the international ice hockey league KHL that covers two continents and extends across several time zones. To manage players’ training and recovery, the team is using various tools including Suunto 9 sports watches and Movesense-powered Ainone Balance. In the KHL, Jokerit is perceived as a forerunner in […]

Runeasi Brings Personalized Biomechanical Insights to Runners

March 5th, 2021

Runeasi, a biomechanics and AI expert and a university spin-off of KU Leuven, Belgium, is launching a new running analytics tool for coaches and physiotherapists to help their clients run better. Runeasi uses Movesense sensor for the measurements. The solution is already used by a number of physio practices in Belgium and the company is […]

Virtual KnockOut Boxing Game goes Kickstarter  

March 4th, 2021

Virtual KnockOut™ is an interactive, mobile shadow boxing game that uses Movesense sensors as motion controllers. The game recognizes left and right punches and the ducking motion, making the playing experience a proper full body exercise. The game can be cast onto a tv to play live on a large screen, giving you a highly […]

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