This episode explores "Why Sports Need the Help of Smart Technology" and invites Professor Wu Chengwen (the first-generation pitcher of the Giants' Junior Baseball), polar ultramarathon athlete Chen Yanbo (Asia's first four-polar championship overall champion), Taiwanese female archery athlete Lin Shijia (Bronze Medalist in the 2016 Rio Olympics Women's Archery Team) and a senior citizen representative presented their experience in sports technology in their lives and saw the rise of sports science research in Taiwan.
Program highlights Representative of Senior Citizens - Teacher Yao: "I am over 60 years old, and I need to take safety into consideration when retraining. Are there any similar wearable devices that can help us exercise more safely?" Smart photo retouching Devices Obtain Important Physiological Information A relatively advanced wristwatch has an optical sensor that can detect blood oxygen and even blood sugar. The acquisition of this physiological information is useful for judging whether your current physical condition is suitable for vigorous exercise. quite important.
Then there are our textiles, which can also wear sensors, make wires and small chips like sensors on the fabric, so that when exercising, whether it is doing heavy training or doing outdoor aerobic exercise, If you want to do a comparative diversity body measurement, you can do it more accurately. (2:09-3:17) The representative of the student family - Shi Jia: "A few years ago, I received the help of sports science in the National Training Center. During the training, I can improve the training or competition performance, and make a combination and improvement for our physiolog