Minneapolis startup 3D Sports Tech changes name, CEO and product


MOTI SportsMinneapolis-based creator of coaching tools and media assets 3D Sports Technology has officially changed its operating name, CEO, and product offering after a tumultuous run.

Original founders Dean Dalton and Charles Meyer were replaced last year by Lisa Walker who became sidelined by health implications.

Now known as MOTI Sports, interim CEO and founding board member Gordon Thomas says product focus been shifted from 3D Playbook to 3D Coaches Play Simulation Tools – diagramming Football,Volleyball, Hockey, Soccer, Lacrosse, and Basketball sports plays, drills and movement in a two dimensional (2D) process while allowing players to view them in three dimensions (3D) from any perspective on the field, court or rink.


MOTI Sports has raised money off and on (gross undisclosed) since 2010 inception and the company was recently awarded patent, in addition to having “a lot of technology on the shelf,” Thomas says.  Moving forward, MOTI Sports is approaching two University alpha trials with 3D Coaches Play Simulation Tools while Thomas seeks clarity in the development path, product/market fit, and ultimately find a replacement CEO.


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