Hockey Athlete Training with Holographic Projection
Hockey is a tough sport, not only do you have to have excellent skating skills, but you also have to have total puck control. Learning to skate and control the puck simultaneously is not easy and through in a little competition and well anything can happen. It is a sport on the edge of chaos during the entire duration and well, let's just say it is not as easy as it looks.It takes years of practice to become proficient and it takes nerves of steel to as the level of play increases.
The trick to hockey is to make the basic skills such as controlling the puck, passing and skating so natural and innate that you could do them in your sleep and once you are at that point, you are well on your way. Learning the fundamentals and trick shots is also a major important part of Hockey. Knowing how to fall, hit and bounce off the wall is also important.I propose using Holographic Technologies, which are getting closer to becoming reality to assist in the coaching of hockey athletes.
An full motion image can be displayed of Wayne Gretsky as he skates up for a goal shot and the hockey player trainee would skate along with the image slightly behind it and match the images skating and every movement, line up the shot and fire it into the goal, helping him visualize that perfect shot. Can you imagine the power in using this high-tech new holographic technology in that way? Think on it.."Lance Winslow" - Online Think Tank forum board. If you have innovative thoughts and unique perspectives, come think with Lance; http://www.WorldThinkTank.
By: Lance Winslow
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