SeeHow is using sensor-based technology to help cricket bowlers improve their game. We are measuring things like the spin on the ball, drift in the air and impact on the pitch. An accompanying app will provide these stats to bowlers so they can track their performance and benchmark it against their friends and the world's best players.
Our core technology -- hardware and software -- can be applied to other racquet and bat-and-ball sports. For example, baseball pitchers may like to know how many revs per second they are putting on their curve ball and how late into the pitch their slider dips.
We aim to democratise access to sports technology by making cool yet affordable devices that all sportspeople -- from keen amateurs to professionals -- can use to improve their game.
Dev Chandan Behera is a roboticist, engineer and hacker. His interests lie in home automation and developing technologies which augment our capabilities and save time. He is a graduate in Mechanical engineering from National University of Singapore(NUS) and has been a varsity athlete.
Siddharth George is a PhD student at the Department of Economics and the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. He is also currently Economist in the Office of the Chief Economic Adviser to the Indian government. He has represented Singapore in international cricket tournaments and done research on umpiring bias in cricket using data from over a century of international matches.
Kaustubh Choudhary is a software engineer who worked as a Lead Developer at IBM, Singapore. He graduated from the School of Computing, National University of Singapore in 2010. His interest lies in Computer Security, Networking and Distibuted Architechture.
Abhishek is the Head of Business Development. He graduated with a degree in Mechanical Engineering from National University of Singapore in 2010 and completed his Masters in Business Administration from Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta in 2014. He was a founding member of hospitality startup Zo Rooms that was recently acquired by OYO. He played cricket for NUS Varsity Team.
Abhijit is a Business Development Associate. He graduated from St Joseph’s College of Commerce. He has previously worked in operations roles in Grofers and Hungerbox. Abhijit played for the U-13, U-15 and U-19 Karnataka state teams.