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Foresight QuadMax Launch Monitor

Foresight QuadMax Launch Monitor

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The Foresight QuadMAX™ launch monitor and golf simulator is built on the same advanced four-camera photometric data capture technology as the GCQuad. It packs even more features into its design, including a touchscreen display, new on-device data parameters, and swing speed training.Full Description
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QuadMax Touch Screen In Use

The Foresight QuadMAX™ launch monitor and golf simulator is built on the same advanced four-camera photometric data capture technology as the GCQuad. It packs even more features into its design, including a touchscreen display, new on-device data parameters, and swing speed training.

Note - QuadMax is scheduled to ship early March 2024. Buyer acknowledges the delivery date could be significantly delayed do to issues outside Ace Indoor Golf's control. No refunds on pre-orders. A pre-order will put you in line for inventory when available.

The QuadMAX enhances user-friendliness through the inclusion of a touch screen and an innovative software function known as MyTiles™. This software empowers golfers to personalize the displayed data on the screen according to their preferences and priorities. Additionally, it introduces a speed training mode that allows golfers to gauge and enhance swing speed using a golf club or speed training aid, without the need to hit an actual golf ball.

The launch monitor incorporates a newly designed ergonomic handle, making it more convenient to carry. While the utilization of magnesium internals has resulted in a 15% reduction in the overall weight, making the QuadMax lighter and easier to handle than the GCQuad. Additionally, the device now offers 15% more battery capacity, ensuring it can be used all day long without the need for recharging. 

According to Foresight Sports, the QuadMax will be for sale and shipping in February 2024.

 

Foresight QuadMax Features:

Built on the same advanced four-camera photometric data capture system found in its predecessor, the GCQuad, the QuadMAX packs even more features into its compact, ruggedized form factor.


Touch Screen Display: Starting from the top, the QuadMAX contains a touchscreen display for easier usability, while a new software feature called MyTiles allows users to customize the on-screen data they wish to view and prioritize. MyTiles Software: This application satisfies a wish-list request from top instructors and players seeking to focus on only certain launch variables during lessons and practice. Available for IOS and eventually Android.

Internal Memory/Storage: Another new feature allows shot and session data to be captured on the QuadMAX’s internal memory for later offload and analysis via the Foresight Sports app. This is especially useful for golfers avoiding distractions from phones and tablets during practice. The internal memory can store data for up to two billion shots, enough to keep a golfer hitting a ball every second non-stop for more than 60 years.

New Club and Ball Data: All the data points from the GCQuad are available in the QuadMAX, but players get even more game-changing data parameters including club closure rate, ball apex, descent angle and ball offline from target. QuadMax data that is also on the Quad: Ball Speed, Horizontal and Vertical Launch Angle, Spin, Side Spin, Carry Distance,  Clubbed Speed, Smash Factor, Angel of Attack, Club Path, Loft at Impact, Face Angle at Impact, and Impact location on the Club Face.

Swing Speed Measurement/Training: In addition to the new data points, golfers engaged in speed training will enjoy QuadMAX’s ability to measure swing speed from driver to putter and wedge without the need for a ball to be struck. This feature even functions with use of a speed training aid (affixed with reflective marker) rather than a golf club.

Improved Battery Life: QuadMax has a 15% larger battery that is also 15% lighter for a charge that can last 8-10 hours.

Quadrasopic Vision: With four advanced cameras, boasting exceptional speed and resolution, you can now achieve unparalleled image clarity in every single shot. The cutting-edge lenses on the monitor work together, capturing an impressive 10,000 frames per second simultaneously. Utilizing a revolutionary technique called Spherical Correlation™, the built-in computer examines and compares each image to the next, precisely tracking the rotational patterns of the golf ball's dimples throughout the entire image collection. Furthermore, all four lenses of the QuadMax are meticulously crafted and positioned to ensure optimal performance when capturing shots of both the ball and club, and each lens is equipped with its own LED light source for superior illumination.

Golfer on range using Foresight QuadMax