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Biomechanics insight, anywhere, any time.

PitchAI brings biomechanical insight to your phone -
no need for a lab, sensors, or advanced degrees in math.

PitchAI is now available!

Developed by Biomechanists. Designed for Players.

PitchAI is meant to make it easy for you – the player and the coach – to get the most out of your training and bring your best to the field.

Official Biomechanics Player Development Partner for the Toronto Blue Jays.

Driveline Baseball, KineticPro, PBR, BDG, Propel Sports Tech, Camp Hurricanes

Collect

Capture data directly from your smart phone with the easy to use PitchAI interface.

Compare

Generate 3D diagrams to easily compare between any two pitchers - find out how the best perform, and learn to optimize your movements.

Correct

Design drills targeted at optimizing your movement efficiency. Use PitchAI to continuously compare your results as you progress in your training.

Compete

Because there is no need for sensors or lab technology, capture in game footage - use this to help identify fatigue, pitch tipping, or why that 95mph fastball felt so good.

PitchAi kinematic skeleton

Want to better understand biomechanics and PitchAI?

Our FREE introduction to biomechanics course is now available!

Frequently asked questions

When will PitchAI be available?

PitchAI is available for use now! Register your account here, and then download the app from your app store.

How accurate is PitchAI?

PitchAI compares favourably to marker-based motion capture systems, with zero of the set up time. We are actively publishing data for conferences and papers – keep your eyes peeled.

What type of camera do I need?

Anything that can capture data at 120 frames per second or higher – while our first version will be on an android device, iOS versions are coming soon.  

Can I use PitchAI for hitters?

We’re starting out with Pitchers first – but hitters should follow by the summer of 2021.

Deepen Your Understanding

Our partners from KineticPro have put together a free educational resource, breaking down pitching biomechanics into digestible units to further your understanding. Featuring our Chief Scientist, Dr. Mike Sonne.

New content added bi-weekly!

Follow our updates on Twitter

RT @DrMikeSonne: What that 100mph looked like through the lens of pitchAI @proplayai - 24 m/s arm speed. https://t.co/iRW51VRD2a Read More

Sep 18 2021, 3:44 am

RT @PropelST: This is what the #pitchai app sees. @proplayai @baseballqld https://t.co/xtaiCOyxKN Read More

Sep 03 2021, 4:46 pm

RT @CaseyMulholland: 👀 more of these application episodes rolling out with the help of @lennonrichards_ and of course the Kinnect episodes… Read More

Aug 28 2021, 3:45 pm

RT @DrMikeSonne: I’m so impressed by this work. How many times have we heard this jargon and it ultimately is useless? You need to quantify… Read More

Aug 28 2021, 3:45 pm

RT @rbench24: Part 2 of my last blog post for @The__BDG is live! We attempted to recreate the results seen in literature using @proplayai h… Read More

Aug 21 2021, 11:56 pm

RT @The__BDG: Pitching Analyst @rbench24 diving into the biomechanical differences between pitch types in this case study using @proplayai… Read More

Aug 21 2021, 11:55 pm

Ready to get started?

See how ProPlayAI can help you progress in your training.