A new, interactive sports science and technology exhibit at the U.S. Olympic Hall of Fame in Colorado Springs does more than inspire visitors to explore their individual fitness levels. The hands-on exhibit from PASCO scientific also sparks a little friendly competition between family and friends who want to measure their own athletic performance against each other, Olympians and benchmarks established by other famous athletes such as David Beckham and Michael Jordan.
The exhibit consists of four hands-on technology stations where visitors can participate in simple strength and conditioning exercises while learning about science and technology as it relates to elite level sports. They also gain new understanding and appreciation of the skill required to perform at the level of Olympic athletes. Each station uses PASPORT sensors and DataStudio computer software, widely used by teachers and students, to measure athletic performance and display results in real-time.No tag for this post.