Khinn apps are a set of three apps (Velo-k, Jump-K and Move-K) that use maker tracking technology to replace equipment that until now was mostly available in labs and universities. Many-Worlds have developed precise algorithms to replace research complex equipment with mobile apps. These apps allow to monitor some of the main parameters to evaluate a person's physical condition.
- JUMP-K allows to control a vertical jump in order to measure the strength produced by the lower libs. It also evaluates the height loss during the vertical jump, as a consequence of possible neuromuscular fatigue. For each Jump, it also provide information about jump speed, strength and power.
- MOVE-K allows to know the movement range and pain scale, in order to evaluate how the muscles controlling an specific joint are behaving, without using complex machinery. Thank to this app, potential asymmetries and neuromuscular imbalances are detected, so professionals will be able to evaluate the evolution of an injury or even help to prevent it.
- VELO-K informs about the execution speed during an exercise, including speed loss among repetitions, which is equivalent to control the produced fatigue, which is an essential parameter in order to achieve an effective training.