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One Year of Sports Techie and Twitter

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One Year of Sports Techie and Twitter

Year One
One year and over 30,000 tweets ago, I started tweeting at @sportstechieNET and let me tell you, it has made a huge difference in my life. I have learned so much about the world, our divine spirits and the guiding light in everything. Love not hate is the way people. Ask your faithful animal, he or she will tell you the same. This Sports Techie blog is to pay my respects to my followers, friends and anyone else who reads my tweets. Thank you from the bottom of my heart and soul.

It would be nice to talk about each one my 2,000 plus friends and followers but that’s impossible...

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Lorenzo Romar Inspires Sports Techie

Sports Techie Inspiration

Lorenzo Romar UW Coaches Show on KJR AM

Lorenzo Romar
I remember first meeting Lorenzo (Lo) Romar, the Head Coach of the University of Washington Men’s basketball team several years back at the “Legends of the Game” event that my friend and at that time co-worker, Coach Tom Newell, hosted. It was an incredible gathering of some of basketball’s finest minds and abilities at the beautiful Palisade’s restaurant in Seattle. Legends Pete Newell and Marv Harshman [Tex Winters] made special appearances. Chatting with the two [three] Legends was a lifetime highlight.

[Blog update on 02/17/2011: Got an e-mail from Tom Newell reminded me that Tex Winters was also a Legend...

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MI: 1989 NCAA National Champions

The 1989 NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Tournament Champion Michigan Wolverines Placard Outside Their Seattle Kingdome Locker Room When I Was A Sports Techie Gopher For CBS Sports:’s_Division_I_Basketball_Tournament?wasRedirected=true
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NHK future broadcasting technology

Sports Tech Broadcast

A Diving Simulcam Image

Japan’s Public Broadcaster NHK previews future broadcasting technology in this video from networkworld on youtube.

The new Twins Cam allows for different perspectives and never-before-seen views from swimming pools. Two cams above water and one below that are synced together is a super concept. Hope to see this incredible sports technology advancement for swim sports by the London Olympics in 2112.

Electrical Broadcasting Car
A small Mitsubishi i MiEV modeled electric car broadcasts up to four video feeds and sends a live transmission to the station. It uses a battery to power the system for a couple hours. The small size of this rig and green focus makes this a real winner for earth conscious small to medium-sized business owners.

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Super Bowl XLV in DTS Neural Surround Sound

Sports Tech

DTS Neural Surround™ Home Theater

Super Bowl XLV is full of the best technology on this planet. Cowboys Stadium itself can be considered one, if not, THE top sports technology Mecca to visit. When you think of audio, who compares? It turns out, that company is clearly DTS, Inc. DTS states on Twitter (DTS) that they are, “a digital technology company dedicated to delivering the ultimate entertainment experience.’

DTS is partnering for their fourth year with the NFL (NFL) to integrate the international HD broadcast with DTS Neural Surround™ enabling full 5.1 audio. This is the standard for providing 5.1 channels of discrete digital audio in consumer electronics products and software content. Networks will transmit the 5.1 sound over a stereo transmission path.

Super Bowl
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Sports Techie: We are excited to announce that after a stellar national premiere, the running documentary Hood To Coast will be back for a one night only Encore Performance! Back by popular demand, here is your final chance to see the entire Event as presented originally on 1-11-11 with the complete Red Carpet and Expert Panel. Hood To Coast will be playing again in around 100 theaters on February 10, 2011 at 7:30pm. Seattle Theaters can be be found by clicking here.

Once again we invite you to join us for this truly special film which opened to rave reviews...

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Michael Phelps: Push the Limit

NEW: Michael Phelps: Push the Limit – First Look Kinect Debut Trailer | HD

Sports Techie

This new video trailer uses competitve edge sports technology such as performance data and eye-popping graphics to promote the new Michael Phelphs Kinect XBox 360 video game titled, “Push the limit.”

Published by 505 Games and developer Blitz Games. Brought to you by XboxviewTV and YouTube. Available June, 2011.



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New Hockey Glove Phone

Claude Giroux of the Philadelphia Flyers uses his new sports technology hockey glove phone during the NHL Super-Skills by Honda at the 58th NHL All-Star game. Of course, this is a joke. Claude was using his glove to hold his ear microphone in place, haha Sports Techie!
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