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CES: Panasonic Immersive Entertainment AR Projection And Mixed Reality Technology

CES: Panasonic Immersive Entertainment AR Projection And Mixed Reality Technology

CES 2018: Panasonic Immersive Entertainment AR Projection And Mixed Reality Technology – Sports Techie blog.

The International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2018 was the perfect tech event for Panasonic to celebrate their 100-year company anniversary together with consumers and vendors of electronics. This was my first CES so naturally I was excited to be in attendance on behalf of Panasonic USA and THE Sports Techie community blog. My experience was made even more memorable because of the two-hour power blackout at Central Hall. I attended the world’s best electronics trade show as a social media influencer and industry expert...

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NCAA College World Series App Is Must Have Sports Tech

NCAA College World Series App Is Must Have Sports Tech - Sports Techie Blog.

NCAA College World Series App Is Must Have Sports Tech – Sports Techie Blog.

NCAA College World Series App Is Must Have Sports Tech

The 2015 NCAA Men’s College World Series app sponsored by Coca-Cola Zero aims to be a must use component to augment the collegiate baseball digital fan experience. The tournament begins on June 13 in Omaha, Nebraska and is expected to be another thrilling live championship event for fans watching on TV, online and in the seats at TD Ameritrade. The Sports Techie community blog thanks Turner Sports and the NCAA for sharing the latest technological details about the app’s functionality for our readers and followers across the nation and around the world.

NCAA® Men’s College World Series®, Presented by Coca-Cola Zero to Provide Comprehensive Event Coverage.

NCAA® Men’s College World Series®, Pre...

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Not even #CaptainAmerica is immune to sports related #concussion. #football #soccer #hockey #kids

Not even #CaptainAmerica is immune to sports related #concussion.

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Is Your Child’s Brain Safe Playing Contact Sports?

The Sports Techie community blog has reported about the dangers of concussions in most all sports since I launched our sports technology business four years ago, but the alarming audacity by sports leagues, associations and federations to cover up the facts when it comes to the concussion dangers present to youth in sport has gone on long enough for me not to stand up against this sad cover up.

Making an Impact on Head injuries: The Tech Behind Football Helmets

Making an Impact on Head injuries: The Tech Behind Football Helmets

The Risk Of Brain Injuries Shifts As Children Grow Up, via NPR.

Of course, children’s brains can be injured falling off a stair or playing in the yard as they transition through their...

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Allianz Riviera Stadium Lab Use InsideBot, Google Glass And Drones To Enhance Fan Experience

The Allianz Riviera stadium is the 1st positive-energy stadium in the Euro 2016 and known as the center for sports technology innovations focused on enhancing the fan experience.

The Allianz Riviera stadium is the 1st positive-energy stadium in the Euro 2016 and known as the center for sports technology innovations focused on enhancing the fan experience.

Allianz Riviera Stadium Lab Use InsideBot, Google Glass And Drones To Enhance Fan Experience

It is my pleasure to introduce the Sports Techie community blog readers and followers to the newest project at Sportfive France : The insideBot of Allianz Riviera stadium, located near the French Riviera. The Allianz Riviera stadium is the 1st positive-energy stadium in the Euro 2016 and known as the center for sports technology innovations focused on enhancing the fan experience...

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Reviewing Security And Sports Tech At FIFA World Cup Brazil For Intel By Sports Techie

Soccer Drones, image via Weekly Wonk.

Soccer Drones, image via Weekly Wonk.

Reviewing Security And Sports Tech At FIFA World Cup Brazil For Intel By Sports Techie

A new Sports Techie contribution for iQ by Intel was just published about the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil security and technology.

Read about it here: July 19, 2014 – Recapping the Tech at Soccer’s Super Stage (Click here): http://mvb.me/s/8d0923  By Robert Roble, iQ Contributor & Editor at #SportsTechie

I submitted nine pages of content to Intel and wanted to share some of the following sports technology and security material I researched, exclusively for the Sports Techie community blog readers.

The fan experience and security has never been better than it was for the nearly 3 million people that attended the 2014 World Cup.

The fan experience and security has never been better than it was for the nearly 3 million people that attended the 2014 World Cup.

Brazil 2014 Sports Tech And Security...

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Sports Techie Community ScoreBig On Tickets For Sport, Concerts And Theater Events

Sports Techie Community ScoreBig On Tickets For Sport, Concerts And Theater Events

Sports Techie Community ScoreBig On Tickets For Sport, Concerts And Theater Events

ScoreBig provided complementary concert or sports event tickets at ScoreBig.com for me to experience and review their service via a Sports Techie community blog. I was given a $100 voucher to go online and purchase tickets for any sporting events, concerts or shows on the ScoreBig site. I researched the Seattle professional sports calendar and decided on a MLS game between the Sounders FC vs. Philadelphia Union at Century Link Stadium last Saturday night with 38,516 connected fans. The best part besides learning about easy to use ScoreBig technology  and services was the opportunity to attend our 11-month old son’s first pro sport game that made him wide-eyed with excitement the whole time.

ScoreBig - Always Below Box Office Price

ScoreBig – Al...

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Sartorial Sports: Tech-Powered Apparel Optimizes Player Performance – Intel by Sports Techie

Sartorial Sports: Tech-Powered Apparel Optimizes Player Performance

iQ by Intel

I was asked by iQ by Intel to examine the morphing of sports and technology in apparel that is optimized with sports tech, here.  The Sports Techie community blog is excited to share this trending topic with our global, U.S. and Seattle area readers.

Sartorial Sports

Clothes that operate like wearable computers are becoming more commonplace worldwide as the sports technology industry and fashion industry merge. Athletic clothing is being designed with sports tech innovations that improve how elite athletes perform. For example, the University of Oregon Ducks’ implementation of the Nike Pro Combat System of Dress in 2011 helped optimize player performance times.

Now, researchers at Cornell are using 3D scanners to custom-fit and optimize how apparel conforms to the moveme...

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