On Eye Movement And Motion Tracking: The NBA’s Vision For The Future




October 25, 2017

SportTechie Podcast: What The NBA Sees In Its Future

This week’s guest on the SportTechie Podcast with Bram Weinstein is Steve Hellmuth, EVP of Media Operations and Technology at the NBA. With the season upon us, Steve dishes on motion tracking, biometrics and NBA 2K, and explains why he is interested in how Kobe Bryant would track his opponents’ eye movements.

PlaySight Is Helping Soccer Teams With Video Solutions

After outfitting its technology for a professional soccer team in Germany, PlaySight is expanding its suite of autonomous scouting and coaching tools across the soccer industry. At the Soccerex convention last month, PlaySight co-founder and CEO Chen Shachar pitched the company’s newest cloud-based video technology, SmartField, to European football clubs as a way to “maximize performance” through real-time 4K video and analysis tools.

How to Use Video Analysis to Improve Sports Performance – SimpliFaster

Coaches working to help their athletes get better should use the best options available, and video analysis is one of them. However, it’s appropriate for specific things, and not everything, and it’s important to know the distinction. Learn how to use simple video analysis to manage your athletes and help them reach their best sports performance.

DashTag Uses Wearable Analysis To Bring Players To Spotlight

New technology from startup ventures is transforming the global sports industry. This contact us if you know of a startup that should be considered for inclusion in this series. Startup Series has introduced over 300 startup companies in the sports technology space to a broader audience by allowing Founders of promising new ventures to tell their story and pitch their idea.

The Next Frontier For Athlete Performance: Q&A With Jason Stirman, Founder & CEO Of Lucid

ThisQ&A with Jason Stirman originally appeared onStarters, as part of the Starters Live Chat series, where members of the community ask questions and gain insight from leaders working at the intersection of sports and technology.

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