These Two Sports Use Data To Create Augmented Reality Apps For Fans squib

Sports are dominated by data today from the sensors on the field to the players' uniforms and helmets. Since the introduction of the NFL's virtual reality yellow first-down line in 1998 at the Baltimore Ravens and the Cincinnati Bengals game, sports have become a hotbed of technical innovation in an attempt to improve the sports world and bring fans closer to their teams. The PGA Tour's in-house innovation lab To get to an augmented reality (AR) app, you need data. For the PGA Tour, that started back in 1983 with their first electronic scoreboard system to 2001 where that system evolved into the Shotlink platform. Steve Evans, Senior Vice President, Golf Technology, PGA Tour, said that Shotlink
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