How Much Is Too Much?
Alice and Alyssa are both rowing student-athletes who's teams have decided to adopt Clippits to track and analyze athlete biometric data. However, Alice's team has the resources to use more Clippits than Alyssa's team. Follow Alice and Alyssa through a day in their lives and see how collecting different Clippit data streams affects their day.
Our preferred future is a set of small devices that can track virtually anything related to sports performance. We will show how this technology can provide valuable information and lead to success, but also critique this future by showing how exhausting this type of constant tracking can be for a student-athlete. The main questions we wish for the viewer to consider is whether the success that comes with the ability to track everything about an athlete's performance is worth the price of the exhaustion and possible loss of passion for the sport.
Clippits is a set of clips that aid athletes in tracking their day-to-day data. Each clip is responsible for a separate set of biodata, so the user can choose which data they want to track at a specific time. Clips can be attached to clothing or to a provided elastic band.