Kinatrax: The Story Behind Baseball's Newest Tech

CBS Los Angeles—June 22, 2015

CBS Local Sports' Ryan Mayer reports on the innovative efforts of Kinatrax Inc. to create a markerless motion-capture technology that will be used in a Major League Baseball (MLB) setting. Technology of this magnitude offers guidelines for players and coaching staff needed to study baseball mechanics. 

"We think bio-mechanics can be a huge part of this and essential to the process of understanding," said Hospital for Special Surgery's Stephen Fealy, MD. "Also, the less invasive the better. Kinatrax is useful because it can capture all of this bio-mechanical information from afar."

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