An Aquanex System includes an underwater camera, sensors, and computer interface.
The swimmer is wearing Type A sensors on her hand. The camera and the sensor cables are connected to the interface. The interface is connected to the computer.
It only takes about 10 minutes to set up an Aquanex system. Each swimmer can be tested on all four strokes in less than 10 minutes. The video and force data is captured in real-time and displayed on the computer screen when the swimmer hits the wall.
Aquanex provides the most complete analysis of swimming technique. The swimmer can see exactly what to keep doing and exactly what to change.