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1. WO2020118298 - HEADS UP SPORTS TRAINING SYSTEM

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Claims

I claim:

1. A sports training system comprising:

a first housing including a transmitter;

a second housing including a receiver and a wireless communication module; and a plurality of illuminating targets in communication with the wireless communication module;

wherein, in operation:

the transmitter projects a transmission;

the receiver is positioned laterally away from the transmitter and receives the projected transmission;

in response to an object passing between the transmitter and receiver, the receiver is blocked from receiving the projected transmission; and

in response to the receiver being blocked from receiving the projected transmission, a selected one of the targets illuminates.

2. The system of claim 1, wherein the selection of one of the targets to illuminate is random or pseudo-random.

3. The system of claim 1, wherein the selection of one of the targets to illuminate is directed by an input from a remote control.

4. The system of claim 3, wherein the remote control is a mobile device.

5. The system of claim 1, wherein the transmitter and the receiver each include a base, a cap, and a leveling mechanism that enables the cap to be repositioned with respect to the base to align for communication between the transmitter and the receiver.

6. The system of claim 1, wherein the projected transmission is an infrared beam.

7. A sports training system comprising:

a first housing including a transmitter;

a second housing including a receiver and a wireless communication module;

a multi-color indicator in communication with the wireless communication module; and

a plurality of colored targets corresponding to the colors on the multi-color indicator;

wherein, in operation:

the transmitter projects a transmission;

the receiver is positioned laterally away from the transmitter and receives the projected transmission;

in response to an object passing between the transmitter and receiver, the receiver is blocked from receiving the projected transmission; and

in response to the receiver being blocked from receiving the projected transmission, a selected one of the colors on the multi-color indicator illuminates.

8. The system of claim 7, wherein the selection of one of the colors to illuminate is random or pseudo-random.

9. The system of claim 7, wherein the selection of one of the colors to illuminate is directed by an input from a remote control.

10. The system of claim 7, wherein the transmitter and the receiver each include a base, a cap, and a leveling mechanism that enables the cap to be repositioned with respect to the base to align for communication between the transmitter and the receiver.

11. A method of using a sport training system comprising: a first housing including a transmitter; a second housing including a receiver and a wireless communication module; a multi-color indicator in communication with the wireless communication module; and a plurality of colored targets corresponding to the colors on the multi-color indicator, the method comprising the steps of:

projecting a transmission from the transmitter to the receiver; receiving the transmission in the receiver; and

in response to an object passing between the transmitter and receiver, illuminating a selected one of the plurality of targets.

12. The method of claim 11, wherein the selection of one of the targets to illuminate is random or pseudo-random.

13. The system of claim 11, wherein the selection of one of the targets to illuminate is directed by an input from a remote control.

14. The system of claim 13, wherein the remote control is a mobile device.

15. The system of claim 11, wherein the transmitter and the receiver each include a base, a cap, and a leveling mechanism that enables the cap to be repositioned with respect to the base to align for communication between the transmitter and the receiver.