My position as Director of a climbing training facility in the United States’ Virginia has enabled me to meet researchers interested in facilitating climbing training. To this end, we collaborated on a user interface that integrates video and sensors attached to the human body, specifically those measuring three physiologic parameters (heart rate, breathing rate, ventilation rate) and one body movement parameter (hip acceleration). This was then time-matched to the video we took: the purpose of which is to help trainers look at the specific movement or sections of climbing wall and their impact. Next step: real time.

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