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Futuristic sleeve helps you play perfect basketball
posted September 16 2013 14:35.51 by spic0m

A sleeve equipped with accelerometers that sit on the wearer's biceps, forearm, and back of the hand monitors a player's arm as they take a shot at the basket

[Link: newscientistvideo]

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