Wearable Sports Smart Glasses Real-time Monitoring and Feedback Mechanism in Physical Education

Authors

  • Zhongchen Zhang College of Physical Education and Health Yili Normal University
  • Xiaomei Wang College of Physical Education and Health Yili Normal University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.4108/eetpht.10.5531

Keywords:

wearable medical devices, sports smart glasses, physical education, sports medicine

Abstract

INTRODUCTION: With the continuous development of science and technology, wearable technology has been more and more widely used in various fields, including physical education. As an emerging technological tool with real-time monitoring and feedback capabilities, wearable sports smart glasses provide a new possibility for physical education teaching. This study aims to investigate the application of wearable sports smart glasses in real-time monitoring and feedback mechanisms in physical education teaching.

OBJECTIVE: This study aimed to evaluate the effectiveness of wearable sports smart glasses in real-time monitoring and feedback mechanisms in physical education teaching and to explore their potential to improve students' motor skills and teaching effectiveness. It enhances the quality of physical education teaching in China from the perspective of sports medicine equipment and solves the problems of poor quality of physical education teaching and easy injury of athletes in China.

METHODS: First, many physical education teaching scenarios were selected, and many students were invited to participate in the experiment. Then, wearable sports smart glasses are applied to the teaching process, and students' movement status, posture, and skill performance are monitored in real-time through their built-in sensors and software, and the data are fed back to teachers and students. At the end of teaching, the data were collected and analyzed to assess the impact of wearable sports smart glasses on students' sports performance and teaching effectiveness.

RESULTS: The experimental results showed that wearable sports smart glasses could accurately monitor students' motor posture and skill performance and provide timely feedback to teachers and students. Through real-time monitoring and personalized feedback, students' motor skills were effectively improved, and the teaching effect was significantly enhanced. Students also showed high acceptance and enthusiasm for this new teaching method.

CONCLUSION: Wearable sports smart glasses have the advantages of real-time monitoring and personalized feedback in physical education teaching and can effectively improve students' motor skills and teaching effectiveness. Therefore, it is of great significance to apply them in physical education teaching, which is expected to promote the development of physical education teaching in the direction of digitalization and intellectualization.

 

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26-04-2024

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Zhang Z, Wang X. Wearable Sports Smart Glasses Real-time Monitoring and Feedback Mechanism in Physical Education . EAI Endorsed Trans Perv Health Tech [Internet]. 2024 Apr. 26 [cited 2024 May 20];10. Available from: https://publications.eai.eu/index.php/phat/article/view/5531

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