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Tuesday, 23 May 2017

#Athletics Technology: Ohio State Releases High-Detail Renderings of Future Athletics District


Ohio State Releases High-Detail Renderings of Future Athletics District
Eleven Warriors
"From the in-venue atmosphere to the technology used in player-development, we will be among the very elite in what we can offer both current and prospective student-athletes." The Jennings Wrestling facility will provide an important leap forward for ...

#Basketball Technology: EuroLeague Basketball Refs To Wear FirstVision 360-Degree Body Cameras For POV Content


EuroLeague Basketball Refs To Wear FirstVision 360-Degree Body Cameras For POV Content
SportTechie
Fans of the Turkish Airlines EuroLeague will now be able to witness what it's like from a referee's point-of-view during this upcoming weekend's Final Four in Istanbul. In a partnership with Spain-based FirstVision — a provider of body camera ...

#Boxing Technology: Saturday's Fight Will Answer a Lot of Questions about Errol Spence


Saturday's Fight Will Answer a Lot of Questions about Errol Spence
The Sweet Science
Most other major sports utilize replay and it is time for boxing to do the same. The system I propose is similar to the challenge system utilized in both the MLB and NFL. When the technology is available, the corners of each fighter will be allowed one ...

Sunday, 21 May 2017

#Archery Technology: [Korea and the fourth industrial revolution] Will technology change the very nature of sports?


[Korea and the fourth industrial revolution] Will technology change the very nature of sports?
Korea JoongAng Daily
Since archery requires an exceptionally high degree of concentration, it is crucial that athletes are able to stay calm in front of large crowds and during unexpected events. The team used “neurofeedback” technology, which allowed trainers to ...

Tuesday, 16 May 2017

#Accelerometers: Sleep trackers: more of a data nightmare than a data dream?


Sleep trackers: more of a data nightmare than a data dream?
Naked Security
The apps track a sleeper's movements with an accelerometer, listen in on whether they're snoring, and chirps at them to make them roll over if they are. It also tracks how much sleepers toss and turn, and how much time they're lightly or deeply sleeping.

Saturday, 29 April 2017

Friday, 10 February 2017

#GolfTechNews: Could RFID technology mean the end of lost golf balls?

If you've been to a Topgolf facility or one of the other, similar high-tech golf range/entertainment complex, you may have wondered how the driving ...