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Kookaburra has embedded a microchip in the core of its smartball to provide real time data.

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Don't they have enough data already. Why the need for a chip unless its a soft move into ultimately chipping humans. They are already chipping products and cows in farms in the west. No normal human reads or processes the amount of data that is already put out on the screen. Yeah VK has 1000 runs when the ball pitches in this area with 120 SR. Who cares

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17 minutes ago, Real McCoy said:

Don't they have enough data already. Why the need for a chip unless its a soft move into ultimately chipping humans. They are already chipping products and cows in farms in the west. No normal human reads or processes the amount of data that is already put out on the screen. Yeah VK has 1000 runs when the ball pitches in this area with 120 SR. Who cares

information explosion .. hardly of any use, except academic

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9 hours ago, diga said:

information explosion .. hardly of any use, except academic

Can register the speed of the ball much accurately than a radar. Also the revolutions on the ball, the swing and seam movement

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On a baseball you can have as much as 3000 N of force and an exit velocity of 130 mph, and assuming it is less in cricket have they mastered the technolgy to embedd an IC that can be subjected to such severe conditions. Then you need a battery that can survive those G forces. Sounds very ambitious. Then you need to transmit this data. This is a tough problem to solve.

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1 hour ago, Khota said:

On a baseball you can have as much as 3000 N of force and an exit velocity of 130 mph, and assuming it is less in cricket have they mastered the technolgy to embedd an IC that can be subjected to such severe conditions. Then you need a battery that can survive those G forces. Sounds very ambitious. Then you need to transmit this data. This is a tough problem to solve.

good info.

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