Monthly Archives July 2012

NBC Olympics sports technology showed the connected world amazing women’s weightlifting.

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London 2012 ‘Digital Games’ BBC and Adobe’s Project Primetime

Adobe and the BBC deliver the 2012 Olympic Games to the connected UK via Primetime

The London 2012 ‘Digital Games’ just moved into the clouds for the BCC as they are now the first public user of Adobe’s Project Primetime. Project Primetime functions with live and video on demand (VOD) and is the first fully integrated technology platform across connected devices and the Internet, which will be streaming these 2012 Olympics in the UK. Project Primetime provides a single, end-to-end workflow.

British Broadcasting Corporation

The amount of Olympic mobile and web content the BBC will transmit and receive over the events 17 days to millions of smartphones, tablets, computers and connected TV’s; will break all previous reco...

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The @adidasUS Elite System debuts at the @MLS #MLSAllStar game! #smartsoccer #micoach

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Sky Italia partners with deltatre’s graphics services for London Games

Sky Italia is broadcasting all 17 days of the 2012 London Games beginning on July 27th in high-definition, souped up for the first time with deltatre’s graphics services. Sky is digitizing 2,000 hours of real-time, Live Olympics on 13 channels (12 in HD and 1 in 3D). This techie extravaganza between Sky and deltatre will undoubtedly break all viewing numbers for a broadcast coverage of the Summer Olympic Games because of their nearly five million Italian customers who will break another record with the amount of connected smartphones, tablets, computer’s and televisions.

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Olympics coverage began with photos and radio then morphed into TV images which today are digital, wireless and in the clouds...

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Play the British Open Championship at Fylde Links with OptiShot Sim

Play the OptiShot Sim of the 2012 Open Championship at Fylde Links

Play the 141st British Open Championship at Fylde Links this week with the OptiShot Simulator swing analysis. The authentic classic links golf course replica includes 200 Bunkers and Wind variables but not the cold, just like the Pro’s such as Tiger Woods face playing at Lytham & St. Annes, Lancashire, England. This will be the 11th time the Open Championship has been played at Lytham. Imagine being able to play 18 holes of the 2012 Open Championship or any of the World’s best courses with your own clubs, anywhere you want, in about 2 hours or less.

See Fylde Links Youtube video: http://youtu.be/q6BrfDjHu9Qv.

The sports tech company who invented the OptiShot in 2005 is Dancin’ Dogg Golf (3DD) http://www.dancindogg...

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Practice makes perfect for @chelseafc on the #CFCTour.

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#48seconds is the time it took for these @chelseafc administrators to help me @winSounders tickets!

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The Trophee des Champions has a new Augmented Reality App

Win a trip to the Trophee Des Champions game in New York City

The Trophee des Champions has a new Augmented Reality App. Global Soccer fans can now Download and then Pose with the Trophee des Champions (TDC) in order to share their virtual support until the July 28th Championship Match at Red Bull Arena. One participating U.S. fan who posts via social media (let it be a Sports Techie) will win a VIP ticket package and a trip to the game in New York City.

Front Row Marketing Services, The Ligue de Football Professionnel and Goldrun launched their augmented reality app giving fans around the world a chance to “interact” with the TDC and ‘strike a pose’ to the world. This is being considered the first-ever International Augmented Reality Sports App.

What is augmented reality (AR)?

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Photo finish pic with @allysonfelix taken from the @NBCOlympics Live Extra app via @CitiEveryStep.

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NBC Olympics and Adobe launch new Olympics Mobile Apps

NBC Olympics Live Extra App on a tablet by Adobe

NBC Olympics and Adobe launch new Olympics Mobile Apps. Today, NBC Olympics launched two mobile apps for the London 2012 Olympic Summer Games, marking the first time in Olympics history that viewers are able to access the games directly from their smartphone and tablet devices. The entire Olympics mobile experience is powered by Adobe, enabling NBC to create, deliver, authenticate, monetize and measure the Olympics across mobile devices.

WATCH: Adobe and NBC Olympics Launch Apps for 2012 Olympic Games – Youtube video: http://youtu.be/uNLh85pKLw4.

Sports Techie will have two apps to use as a second screen during these Summer Games:

  • NBC Olympics Live Extra – Viewers can live stream more than 3,500 hours of content, including all 32 sports, ...
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