The other day I read about some of the researchers I met recently, who invented a carbon compound and a graphene coating so that the court is used in a particular sport. In fact, I immediately thought of other potential uses, and it makes sense that maybe we should do bowling with these materials. At this time, these materials are quite expensive and, therefore, are used for the space and satellite industries, and the military uses these materials for combat aircraft.
Technologically advanced era
However, all these transfer technologies are being developed, and soon they will be used in sports as we enter a new technologically advanced era with super materials. You may not realize this, but carbon nanotubes and graphene can conduct electricity. This means that the bowler can reproduce the exact movements and direction of the ball while moving along the lane and even keep records of this. Imagine an incredible advantage in trying to improve your game by observing and observing the lines on the bowling floor, helping you visualize your sequence and track the ball.
This would be very similar to seeing the superposition of several hurricane tracks over several years, a view seen during the hurricane season, when meteorologists and staff at the National Hurricane Center try to predict the trajectory of any current hurricane based to past passes. If you are a serious bowler, you may have received some instructions over the years. Even if a bowling alley cannot afford to make all its carbon and graphene price lanes, they should create several materials that allow bowling instructors to teach beginners. Yes, and for professional and serious players who perfect their skills in upcoming cash tournaments.
If you have such a system, the player can download his latest games to his iPad using a special bowling application. This would allow them to know exactly what they are doing; both the right and the wrong. Your learning curve will be significantly reduced, and the game improvement time will increase significantly. It makes sense to modernize our currently high-tech and robotized bowling lanes and transfer them to the 21st century.
It is difficult to say if anyone else is working on these technologies, but as they will be introduced in other sports, I think it will not be more than seven or eight years until you see these alleys used by serious tournament players. In fact, I hope you consider all this and think about it.