Sports Innovation, Technology And Research
Southgate Dominic F L, Bull Anthony M J, Childs Peter R N
World Scientific, Jul 29, 2016 - Technology & Engineering - 208 pages
Sports Innovation, Technology and Research gives an insight into recent research and design projects at Imperial College London. It presents the on-going development of a diverse range of areas from elite rowing performance to impact protection to sporting amenities in communities.Also included are descriptions of some of the latest innovations that have been developed as part of the Rio Tinto Sports Innovation Challenge, an initiative that tasked engineering students to design, build and implement Paralympic and other sporting equipment. It offers a glimpse at the breadth of creativity that can be achieved when human centred design is applied to an area such as disabled sport. It also shows the potential that design and engineering have to contribute to healthy lifestyles and the generation of whole new sporting domains.This book will be valuable for anyone with an interest in sports technology, including those in industry, academia, sports organisations and athletes themselves.
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