Welcome to KRG Blog

krgThe Kinematics Research Group has been set up for following purposes/objectives:

  • Dissemination of scientific knowledge concerning computer science in sport.
  • Providing a forum for the exchange of ideas.
  • Bridging the gap between researchers and practitioners.
  • Gather and disseminating information, scientific knowledge and materials on computer science in sport.
  • Counselling other organisations in questions of computer science in sport.
  • Representation of computer science in sport in other scientific associations.

The KRG was set up as a result of experience in the field.

Projects  developed and completed by Members to date include:

1. ONTRACK Equine clinical analysis software which now has unique market share in US, UK and Middle East regions. Users can view and download demos at company website: (www.ontrackequine.com)


2. 3DCoach. Developed the first 3D Coaching software application for Irish company GaelicPerformance . Successfully launched in 2008. Demo version of the software is available at the company website: (www.gaelicPerformance.com)


3. Integrated Mobile and Web Results Service.

Developed for generic sports organisations with specific Results and Reporting requirements. The system can be downloaded free for your mobile at: www.emcsports.com/mobile/club_database/temp.php

4. Other Mobile Device Applications


Completed Mobile Application Projects 2008

It is open to all with an interest in Computer Science and Sports. View the Research Page for info on current projects. If you want to contact the group or just make an enquiry then contact me at:


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