News‘Smart saddle’ could help equestrians hit their
stride

26th January 2022by admin0
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Skilled equestrians make advanced riding maneuvers,
like jumps, spins and piaffes, look effortless. But good riding
requires balance and subtle cues to the horse, many of which are
given through the rider’s posture, seat and legs. Now, researchers
reporting in ACS Nano developed a prototype “smart saddle” that
could help equestrians improve their biomechanics. Moreover, the
self-powered saddle can alert others when a rider takes a
fall.

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