How it works


To become a better shooter it is important to track progress over time. Systems to automatically track percentages are often impractical and expensive. They either require external sensors on the rim or a camera setup, which can be impractical to set up each time. The device simplifies this, by allowing the user to be the sensor, telling the sensor whether the ball has gone in or not through a simple gesture.

How to use

Start your shooting session by selecting which shot type you are practicing (2P, 3P or Free Throws).  Each time you shoot, log a make by turning your wrist inwards or a miss by turning it outwards.

Intended use

The device is not intended for use during games. Although possible, the sensor is likely to pick up some random movements as gestures.

The intended use is for basketball shooting sessions, where the shooter is stationary or only moving/dribbling from spot to spot. Under these conditions, the sensor can be very accurate.

Normally, it only takes around 10 shots for a first-time user to tell how it works and become familiar with the device.


1. Shoot

Shotistics app instruction step 1: Shoot. Side angle

Shoot a jump shot

2. Hold

Shotistics app instruction showing step 2, how to hold the arm still. Side angle.
Hold arm straight forward, thumb up

(hold min. 1 second)

3. Turn

Shotistics app instruction step 3, front angle of fist.

Turn hand:
Inwards if make
Outwards if miss

4. Vibration confirmation

Vibrates to indicate whether a shot was recorded.
That way, the user doesn’t have to look at the watch at all!