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The wearable device that tracks the performance of aspiring footballers

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Benjamin Hubert's design studio Layer has created a wearable device that lets aspiring football players and athletes track and improve their performance. The smart device, called Playr, was designed in collaboration with leading sports analytics and tech company Catapult. Comprised of a Smartpod, a high performance Smartvest and the SmartCoach app, Playr combines advanced GPS player tracking (once only available to elite athletes) with personalised sports science to help users enhance their performance.

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