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Video camera V1-8CAM

Ilse Jurrien
IFA Report
Thursday 2nd, August 2007
Posted by: Ilse Jurrien

Interactive Frontiers introduced the V1-8CAM at the grand opening of Cool Clubs, a custom club and putter fitting center located in Scottsdale, Arizona. Cool Clubs founder Mark Timms selected Interactive Frontiers to develop the V1-8CAM for his state-of-the-art club fitting centers. The V1-8CAM simultaneously captures eight angles of video streams allowing Cool Club fitters to more precisely evaluate performance and determine optimal club and putter specifications for clients. “The V1-8CAM allows us to see all relevant angles of our clients’ putting strokes so we can accurately match each person’s putting style with the most advantageous putter measurements,” said Timms.

4-camera streaming video capture
Interactive Frontiers built the V1-8CAM using the Dell Precision 490 workstation, the newest generation of Dell workstations, and is powered by Intel Quad Core Technology, using four processors in one computer. The company is also introducing a less expensive V1-4CAM for club fitters, golf instructors and golf academies seeking up to a 4-camera streaming video capture. Initial pricing for the V1-4CAM is $8495 and $11,495 for the V1-8CAM. Each system includes free software upgrades and 3-year technical support.

V1-4CAM & V1-8CAM video cameras
"We continue to introduce new and improved V1 products to serve the changing needs of our customers," said Interactive Frontiers President, Chris Hart. "With the introduction of the V1-8CAM and launch of the V1-4CAM, we’re proud to offer the golf industry the best performance video analysis systems available."

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