Fans at the NCAA tournament will get to play with "ShotTracker," an invention by a Kansas City company that got started last summer.
It will be a huge boost for the already buzzing company. "We've had hundreds of pre-orders," said ShotTracker co-founder Davyeon Ross.
The basketball invention uses wearable sensors. From a clip to an arm band or a sleeve, the sensor on the player interacts with sensor on the basketball net. Then all that information including how many shots are made and from where on the court is sent to the owner's smart phone.
"Our goal is to have it on every net," said Ross.
Ross said ShotTracker should be on the market by this summer and starts around $99.00.
For more information, check out their website.