You just pulled the perfect skateboard trick and no one was around to see it, leaving you with a, “so there I was” story. Syrmo skateboard tracker never misses a trick and is coming along for the ride on your next skate session.
Syrmo is a motion tracker that discretely attaches like any riser pad between the deck and truck of your board. It uses Bluetooth to send information to a smartphone application and tracks stats like session time, number of tricks, airtime, pop force, height and distance. The application can then visually represent the data with a 3D rendering of the trick that you can show and share on social sites. Syrmo can also make recording tricks easier on video by using the smart phone camera and then auto-trimming the video to match the tricks saving time by eliminating unwanted video. Syrmo gets its power from a detachable rechargeable battery that will last more than 24 hours on a single charge.
Syrmo was designed so that skaters can focus on their sport and make reliving those perfect moments just as exciting with features like slow motion and camera filters. Syrmo is planning a full product release by late 2014 and is currently seeking funds through Kickstarter with early adopters picking one up for just 79 bucks.
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