iCueMotion has grown from a passion for playing sports and learning new movements to many years of scientific research in the field of motion skills. The lab now conducts both scientific research and technology engineering. iCueMotion plans to release it's first product in 2017.
Mettler creates the first smart tennis racket by combining hardware with sensors capable of tennis stroke and outcome analysis.
The early trials in the summer of 2011 generated the insights that later became the vision and research roadmap for iCueMotion's skill augmentation platform.
iCueMotion company is formed, and its first patent is filed.
iCueMotion’s first patent is published.
Skill Augmentation concepts and algorithm development begin.
iCueMotion defines the architecture of its technology platform and starts to build its data storage & computing environment.
iCueMotion creates first prototype of embeddable hardware.
iCueMotion marries hardware with software to effectively process motion information.
Expanded team to full time group of hardware, software, algorithm engineers + product, design, and marketing.
iCueMotion moves to its first office in San Francisco's Financial District in March of 2016.
Prof. Mettler leaves her "job" as a tenured aerospace professor at the University of Minnesota to fully develop and realize the vision of human skill augmentation technologies.