Atlanta, GA, June 02, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Dartfish Express was just featured by Apple in its intro video at The Apple Worldwide Developers Conference. One of the stories talks about how Baseball coach, CJ Stewart with http://www.lead2legacy.org, uses his iPad and Dartfish Express to review practice videos, as he coaches young athletes.
“We are extremely proud that out of hundreds of thousands of apps, Dartfish Express was selected by a tech industry leader - Apple.”
Dartfish Express, developed by Dartfish, is a globally acclaimed mobile coaching tool, empowering coaches and athletes in any sport to easily record performance. Using their device’s built-in camera to conduct very detailed slow motion or frame-by-frame analysis, they can verify proper form and technique -- and just as importantly, spot and fix errors.
“Since its initial release, Dartfish Express has emerged as a globally trusted and acclaimed mobile video coaching app for all sports, including baseball, softball, golf, tennis, track and field, swimming, weightlifting, fitness training, football, basketball, gymnastics, skiing and more,” commented Victor Bergonzoli, Dartfish CEO. “We are extremely proud that out of hundreds of thousands of apps, Dartfish Express was selected by a tech industry leader - Apple.”
To watch the video from Apple: http://www.apple.com/ios/videos/#developers
Dartfish develops video solutions to make the power of video accessible to millions of users and empowers them to create, analyze, enrich, publish, and monetize video content. Dartfish is trusted by thousands of sport organizations to create and distribute video content. It sets the video standard across sport, education, and healthcare industries. Its video platform, http://www.dartfish.tv is today’s trusted choice selected by elite organizations, federations, and corporations from around the world. Dartfish is privately held, with Worldwide Headquarters in Switzerland, and U.S. Headquarters located in Alpharetta, GA.
For additional information, visit http://www.dartfish.tv