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Traq3D Launches the TRAZER Interactive Fitness System

Traq3D, a company which specialises in providing computer simulation for the purposes of physical fitness, performance and health announced that it has launched the TRAZER system which uses a 3D Image sensor.

The system uses the D-Imager which is a time-of-flight sensor manufactured by Panasonic in order to detect all the asymmetrical movements carried out by the human body. This in turn can be used to exercise all the muscles in the body and rehabilitate injuries. Asymmetrical movements include the backwards and sideways movement of the body including moving up and down, turning and starting and stopping.

The D-Imager has the ability to detect depth of the movements without involving complex algorithms. It also uses the CCD technology and comes with an infrared light that is safe to the eye and is emitted to calculate measurements of the movements without depending on external factors. The sensor is also light in weight, compact and is accompanied with an aluminium housing which helps in keeping the sensor cool. The D-Imager is resistant to strong lighting and has a life expectancy of 10 years. All the above features make it an ideal product for trainers, athletes and coaches. In the healthcare sector the product can be used to manage fitness and weight, enhancement of performance in sports and preventing injuries and maintaining health for Senior citizens. The TRAZER system has been featured in various channels such as ESPN and Oprah and 12 patents have been issued as of now to protect the TRAZER brand.



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