Baseball, tennis and golf simulators show you how to compete at CES 2019
Here we are at the Strike Zone booth at CES 2019, taking a look at some of their interactive sport simulators.
So behind me they have baseball.
Over here they have tennis.
Back over there they have golf.
It's basically a thing that That designed for commercial use or for entertainment.
You go by yourself or with friends and it's a super interactive way to either compete against your friends or to train in different sports on your own.
So I'm gonna try out all three of these, lets see how it goes.
All right y'all I got my bat, I got my helmet, lets try this out.
I did it!
That was a little harder than it looked.
Having never played baseball in my life, I'm gonna call it a win.
All right guys, now it's time for tennis.
Let's see how it goes.
All right, guys.
So I think tennis is more my sport than baseball, cuz that was really, really fun, and they have different levels that you can do.
So there's like a training mode that's a little bit easier, then there's a more competitive mode that makes it a little bit harder, so you can actually mix things up.
I liked that one a lot.
Next up, golf.
Damn, golf is hard.
Is it moving?
The thing is it's sort of like the feeling of real life.
It's sorta [INAUDIBLE].
So my final verdict is that this is really fun.
I could definitely take some practice with the baseball.
The tennis was awesome.
And golf, what I loved about that was that It was really interactive.
The floor would actually move, so it would simulate hitting the ball in different parts of the fairway.
And I really loved that.
But overall its just a fun way to spend your time by yourself training if wanna improve your sport.
Or with friends if you wanna compete with them.
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