How Virtual Reality is Transforming the Sports Industry

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January 25, 2018

How virtual reality is transforming the sports industry

After a failed stint in the 1990s, virtual reality made its reappearance last year with headsets such as Samsung Gear VR, Google Cardboard and Oculus Rift. But this time, it’s here to stay and, in less than a year, it’s already drawn attention and investment from venture capitalists and tech giants such as Facebook, and has made huge impact across a great many industries, including sports.

Sleep Hygiene and Recovery Strategies in Elite Soccer Players

In elite soccer, players are frequently exposed to various situations and conditions that can interfere with sleep (e.g., playing night matches interspersed with 3 days; performing activities demanding high levels of concentration close to bedtime; use of products containing caffeine or alcohol in the period preceding bedtime; regular daytime napping throughout the week; variable wake-up times or bedtime), potentially leading to sleep deprivation.

Harlequins Increase Wearable Usage to Enhance Players Performance – Sports Wearable

London’s Rugby Union Premiership team Harlequins has broadened partnership with Catapult Sports (a sports technology firm) to improve its athlete performance by having tracking it more efficiently. Harelquins are one of the oldest clubs in the world. It was founded in 1866 but it still looks to innovate.

Vertical Jump Protocol: Arm Swing, or no Arm Swing? | Sparta Science

The vertical jump assessment is one of the most commonly used tests in the sporting realm. Thanks to gravity, vertical forces can be used to explain a multitude of athletic movements utilizing both qualitative and quantitative measures from jump tests.

‘Mystery Doctor’ Who Devised Tape For Tom Brady Was Neal ElAttrache

The mystery doctor who devised a plan to wrap New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady’s thumb in black KT Tape before Sunday’s AFC Conference Championship game was world famous orthopedic surgeon Dr. Neal ElAttrache, SportTechie has learned.

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