Today, we can capture and communicate the details of athletic performance: Speed, distance, multi-axis rotation, g-force, and more. It's blowing away fans with real-time, on-screen analytics and jaw-dropping 3D replays. Soon athletes will be able to use Intel® technology to help them gain the critical insight they need to keep improving their performance.
Intel® 360 replay technology shows the action in astounding new ways. Multiple high-resolution cameras render thrilling, slow-motion replays and highlight reels. That means fans can see the biggest plays and most impressive performances from every angle.
Both athletes and fans can get a better look at the peak moments. The swing of the bat. A three-pointer. A backside heel flip. A double McTwist. The groundbreaking Intel® Curie™ module1 lets athletes acquire critical data, which helps them get smarter, more precise, and more outrageous. Plus it brings fans closer than ever.
X-Fighters athletes take freestyle motocross into fearless new directions—and now Intel® technology takes it even further. With advanced on-board accelerometer, gyroscope, magnetometer, and GPS-like location sensor, data-tracking technology affixed to the athletes and bikes crunches real-time data and helps fans immerse in the action. "There are only a handful of people in the world who can do these tricks," said Jimmy Hall, Intel new concepts & applications engineer. "This technology helps break it down, helps fans understand what it takes to pull off these stunts."
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