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Dryland Wakeboard

There are a number of issues associated with abject beginners learning to wakeboard:

+ You fall... lots
+ Your muscles will get sore... lots
+ You will get wet... even in a dry suit
+ You will get frustrated

These factors are multiplied when you are learning in a Scottish loch, where water temperatures rarely exceed 5 degrees (centigrade by the way). Needless to say, it gets rather chilly, causing your hands to go numb and you have to regularly dip your hands into a bucket of barely-warm water in order to get some feeling back into them.

Working with events company COS (Scotland) Ltd, the project brief was to produce a simulator for wakeboarding that can be used indoors, allowing for the basics of wakebaording to be mastered, before setting foot into the water.

Comments (2)
  • Hey Jordan. Glad you like my concept. Totally right, the slow mo is too much. It was a video taken with an iPhone 5s during testing to check the rider's motion during take off. I will update the video soon.

    7 years ago

  • Cool concept, but the slow motion is unnecessary in the video.

    7 years ago

  • Cool concept, but the slow motion is unnecessary in the video.

    7 years ago

  • Hey Jordan. Glad you like my concept. Totally right, the slow mo is too much. It was a video taken with an iPhone 5s during testing to check the rider's motion during take off. I will update the video soon.

    7 years ago

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