When it comes to playing golf, there are those who are able to pick the game up with little help at all and there are those who need a push in the right direction. For the later there is now the InPutter, it is a club that has been designed to help the golfer understand and improve their game. Unlike other connected clubs, the InPutter is completely wireless with all the data being store in the Ingeniarius cloud. It is easy to set up, just unpack it, connect it to the wireless network and the play your game, the data will be stored for later when you can analysis your performance to improve your game.
It is not cheap, but just imagine how much this kind of instruction would cost if you employed the services of the golf pro? The InPutter is not just cost effective, it is also personal too and before long, your pals will wonder where your new and improved skills are coming from. The InPutter is powered by an ARM Cortex M3 processor with 32 bit and 72 Mhz, it connects via a Wi-Fi communication CC3000 with SmartConfig, while there is a 3D Accelerometer, 3D Gyroscope and a 3D Magnetometer.
The built in force sensing matrix has a resolution of 4 x 2 to 5 KgF/cm2 by cell and there is an overall sampling rate 100 Hz. An important factor is the impact time resolution that registers at ±45 micro seconds, the pre-processing time after putting is approx two seconds and there is autonomy for up to five hours. Finally, the putter weighs in at just 600 grams. Expect to see the InPutter to go on sale mid 2015 with a price of around $1900! However, if you are quick and like the idea of the InPutter then you can pre order one from just $1600 and that is a nice saving.