Table Tennis 101 gives the users a clear overall view of the skills needed to play competitive Table Tennis and allows them to access each of them directly by a click of the remote control.
U.S. Champions Wei Wang and Sean O'Neill illustrate each stroke in video clips shot from three different angles. Audio commentary supports the visual presentation, and the user can study the strokes from three angles.
For each stroke, there is a clip that shows world top players using it in competition and an analysis section that dissects the stroke into its main components.3D animations are used to explain basic concepts such as spin and ball trajectory and to show the movement of the racket for each stroke, viewed from three different angles including that of the player. The random access capability makes it possible for the user to quickly zero in on the stroke he wants to study and equally quickly change topics.
Sections: Forehand and backhand, Looping, Pushing, Blocking, Hitting, The Grip, Positioning, Spin basics, Footwork and practice, Equipment, Competition examples, Slide show, 3D animations of all strokes