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Technology in sports

  1. 1. Aimar Estanga DAM2
  2. 2.  U.S.A was first to do this. NFL(football), NBA(basketball), and NHL(Hockey) are the sports most used. Europen football isn´t used.
  3. 3. Intelligent ball Its other name is electronic ball, because it has an electronic chip inside.it sends a radio signal when it crosses the line, using twelve antennas that they are in the corners.
  4. 4. It was used for the first time in the U-17 mundial Peru in 2005. Actually It not used.
  5. 5. It was approved in 2005 by ITF.It is used to follow the ball, to make decision in uncertain time.It was used for the first time in 2006, in Nasdaq open.
  6. 6. Photo finish It was used first in Los Angeles in 1932.Photo used to know who wins the race in doubt or establishing a record. Before, a photographer took the photos in finish line. Now, cameras are used to make a decision.
  7. 7. MANUAL CALLIt is a alternative of photo-finish, and usually it used in swimming.
  8. 8. FENCING The clothes and the sword are very special.The sword has a special tip that emits a signal when touch a adversary clothes. With this know who strikes first
  9. 9. Technology or doping? Rugby World Cup, France 2007. Very controversial. Fabric expels the negative effects of perspiration, increasingblood flow and oxygen and accelerates the recovery of muscles.
  10. 10.  Created by TYR in 2004 Reduces watter drag by a very large percentage Price: ◦ $120 jammers. ◦ $380 bodysin.
  11. 11.  New "gadgets" more resolute can be placed in the most unusual places such as on the roof or wards
  12. 12.  coverage 24 hours per day, 7 days a week on the web 4500 hours during the Olympics Games 240 hours per day

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