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Michael James Crowley: Electronic analysis of athletic performance. InfoMotion Sports Technologies, Fish & Richardson P C, November 12, 2013: US08579632 (53 worldwide citation)

The subject matter of this specification can be embodied in, among other things, a computer-implemented athletic performance analysis method that includes obtaining, at a computer system, first motion data reflecting motion of a sporting device during one or more drills performed by an athlete. The ...


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Michael J Crowley, Michael Maziarz, Kevin King: Electronic component enclosure for an inflated object. InfoMotion Sports Technologies, Fish & Richardson P C, August 27, 2013: US08517870 (41 worldwide citation)

This document provides methods and materials for securely retaining electronic components within an inflatable object. For example, basketballs having a boot structure for securely retaining one or more electronic components (e.g., a sensor and/or a battery) within the basketball are provided.


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Michael James Crowley, Kevin King: Monitoring of physical training events. InfoMotion Sports Technologies, Fish & Richardson P C, December 3, 2013: US08597095 (35 worldwide citation)

A computer-implemented method is disclosed that includes instructing a human player to perform a plurality of different actions in a determined order with a physical basketball, including actions of bouncing the physical basketball, and obtaining, with one or more electronic sensors, data that chara ...


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Michael James Crowley, Kevin King: Monitoring of physical training events. InfoMotion Sports Technologies, Fish & Richardson P C, September 24, 2013: US08540560 (34 worldwide citation)

A computer-implemented athletic performance analysis method includes obtaining, at a computer system, first motion data generated by a test subject moving a test ball containing motion sensors through a predetermined exercise; analyzing in the first motion data, with the computer system, the data fr ...


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Michael James Crowley, Kevin King: Monitoring of physical training events. InfoMotion Sports Technologies, Fish & Richardson P C, February 10, 2015: US08951106 (30 worldwide citation)

A computer-implemented method is disclosed that includes instructing a human player to perform a plurality of different actions in a determined order with a physical basketball, including actions of bouncing the physical basketball, and obtaining, with one or more electronic sensors, data that chara ...


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CROWLEY MICHAEL JAMES: Monitoring of physical training events. INFOMOTION SPORTS TECHNOLOGIES, Dragseth John A, September 30, 2010: WO/2010/111705 (20 worldwide citation)

A computer-implemented athletic performance analysis method includes obtaining, at a computer system, first motion data generated by a test subject moving a test ball containing motion sensors through a predetermined exercise; analyzing in the first motion data, with the computer system, the data fr ...


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Crowley Michael James: Electronic analysis of athletic performance. Infomotion Sports Technologies, Crowley Michael James, FINN III J Patricket al, August 20, 2009: WO/2009/102813 (7 worldwide citation)

The subject matter of this specification can be embodied in, among other things, a computer-implemented athletic performance analysis method that includes obtaining, at a computer system, first motion data reflecting motion of a sporting device during one or more drills performed by an athlete. The ...


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CROWLEY Michael J, MAZIARZ Michael, KING Kevin: ENCEINTE DE COMPOSANT ÉLECTRONIQUE POUR UN OBJET GONFLÉ, ELECTRONIC COMPONENT ENCLOSURE FOR AN INFLATED OBJECT. INFOMOTION SPORTS TECHNOLOGIES, CROWLEY Michael J, MAZIARZ Michael, KING Kevin, FINN J Patrick III, March 15, 2012: WO/2012/033732 (7 worldwide citation)

This document provides methods and materials for securely retaining electronic components within an inflatable object. For example, basketballs having a boot structure for securely retaining one or more electronic components (e.g., a sensor and/or a battery) within the basketball are provided.


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Michael James Crowley: Electronic analysis of athletic performance. InfoMotion Sports Technologies, Fish & Richardson P C, March 29, 2016: US09298418 (2 worldwide citation)

The subject matter of this specification can be embodied in, among other things, a computer-implemented athletic performance analysis method that includes obtaining, at a computer system, first motion data reflecting motion of a sporting device during one or more drills performed by an athlete. The ...