Shoes and balls with electronic chips
Attaching chips to shoes and balls has now become relatively common. Initially the technology paid little attention, but in late 2011, Adidas in one of its advertising campaigns gave famous player Messi the use of these “smart shoes“.
In addition to using the best materials (super light, super durable), the design best suited to each player’s condition, it also has an electronic chip under the shoe.
This chip is capable of collecting all data during the match to know how Messi played in 90 minutes: how many kilometers run, the highest speed, the average speed, power, etc. so that can give diet, training appropriate for Messi in particular and other football stars in general.
Swimwear speeds up
FINA’s Federation Internationale de Natation has approved athletes who use swimwear to reduce water resistance from the 2000 Olympic Trials.
Until the 2008 Olympics, Speedo’s LZR Racer swimwear went above all to become the most popular swimwear for swimmers. Since Speedo LZR Racer sets, strange numbers have been recorded on the green track.
Only in 2008, there were more than 40 new records on the established swimming lanes, this number was even double what the swimmers did during the 30 years before 2008. Of course. setting new records can also be set due to many other objective factors such as diet, exercise, mood etc.
Many legendary swimmers have broken many records when wearing this special swimsuit
But a series of set records also partly demonstrate that this particular swimsuit will help many athletes reach their destination a few hundred seconds earlier, which is more than enough for sports. Competitive on time like swimming.
Position mounted on shoes
Since then, the installation of electronic chips into balls and competition shoes has also been formed. The chip attached to the outside ball to measure the parameters, also intended to combine with the hawk eye system, determine whether the goals of the players are valid or not.