Design and development of sports training system based on image processing technology

  • Bo Liang
  • Jiatong Liu


Image processing technology is a new technology, which appears with the development of computer communication technology and has an irreplaceable application effect in finance, education, and transportation and sports fields. In order to study the effect of application of image processing technology in the sports training system, with shooting sports as an example, this paper develops a shooting training system based on the image processing technology, shows the automatic ring measuring system scheme based on image processing technology, discusses the automatic ring measuring of automatic ring measuring system scheme, and describes the image processing module of automatic ring measuring system. Besides, it also improves the traditional automatic ring measuring scheme and achieves the intelligent ring measuring in shooting. Test results show that the automatic measuring ring system based on image processing technology in precision and stability can meet the shooting training and competition requirements. This paper can provide technical support for the research and implementation of image processing technology and other sport training systems.


Sports training system Shooting movement Image preprocessing Automatic ring measuring System tests 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Physical Education Department of Shandong Technology and Business UniversityYantaiChina
  2. 2.Physical Education Department of ZhejiangWanli UniversityNingboChina

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