CoachView Unveils Video Analysis System
Greensboro, North Carolina — CoachView.us, a division of StrokeView LLC based in Greensboro, NC has unveiled the first and only multi-camera HD video recording / observation / technical analysis system.
“Our goals were to create a system that was easy to use (coach friendly), captured as much video as possible from any/all angles, could withstand daily use in almost any environment, and make it affordable to teams/clubs of all sizes. After over a year of testing, we have accomplished that goal.” said Creator/Owner Jim Klinger.
“Since the launch of our multi-camera analog system back in ‘06, we are constantly improving the products we supply to clubs and universities throughout the United States. Hi-Def and especially the benefits of the CoachView exclusive feature called Virtual Cams, our customers receive more for their money than with any sports analysis system on the market, and ours is HD” said Klinger. Virtual Cams allow you to see multiple views from a single camera. It’s a feature that you “must see” to wrap your mind around.
CoachView HD (CVHD) consist of a 17.3” Core i5 Dual-Core laptop with 4 GB RAM and 500 GB Hard Drive, One to Four IP POE HD Cameras with Vari-focal Lenses, Pre-loaded Software for Recording and Playback, 4 Port Wireless Router, 8 Port Switch w/4 POE Ports, Waterproof 25” x 19” x 13” Storage Case, All cables, adapters & connectors, and a 1 year replacement warranty on all components, nothing else to buy. Custom and permanent installs also available.
CVHD is the most comprehensive recording/observation/technical analysis system that enables coaches and athletes to view and review their technique like never before. It has opened windows into movement analysis that were previously closed.
CONTACT: Alan Moffitt 336-698-3159 firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.coachview.us
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