Specialists from Tsukuba University built and tested a robotic training complex for volleyball players
The device consists of three pairs of robotic manipulators that move from side to side under the grid. The device performs the functions of blocking players, writes New Scientist.
The system is equipped with three players who can move at speeds up to 3.7 meters per second. The system has already been tested in training by members of the Japanese women’s team. Six players trained with the robot for eight days, while some noted that such a training is different in sensations from a real game.
Interestingly, the device can imitate the playing styles of future rivals. Continue reading
Since its “invention”, the game of volleyball is undergoing rapid development. This is reflected in the growing number of volleyball players, and in the growing number of member countries of the International Volleyball Federation.
In terms of its prevalence, this game occupies a leading position in the world sports arena.
The volleyball game has become not only purely sports, but volleyball is developing as a game for the sake of relaxation, volleyball has become a means of organizing leisure activities, maintaining health and restoring health. Continue reading