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shock sensors and pressure sensors imbedded into headgear
could be used to assess damage during sports.
For boxers it would add interest to know percisely how hard a
punch was. but also with sports in general a record of how
much foce was applied and how much the head moved might
to doctors in assessing the trauma.
||Also another betting metric. An accelerometer with a high sampling rate could show the finer deteriorating head movements throughout the fight.
A clear indication of tiredness or something more sinister.
||[+] The top levels of boxing should have enough money to get this done down to the level of the small gyms.
||Bleeding from the nostrils and ears is a good indicator of excessive impact force, shirley ?