Sport

The science behind sport

In the run up to the Fifa World Cup, Greg Blackman examines how video analysis is used to improve the performance of top athletes

Game changer

With the football World Cup in Brazil soon to kick off, Tom Eddershaw finds that imaging technologies are now an integral part of maximising sporting achievement

Industrial ideas meet consumer needs

Systems developed for applications such as inspecting electronic components are finding their way into sports coverage, real estate, marketing and gaming. Siân Harris finds out why

Eye on the ball

From generating statistics on Germany's top football matches to helping runners avoid injury, imaging plays an increasingly important role in sport, as Greg Blackman discovers

Dynamic snapshots

Rob Coppinger exposes the sports world's latest imaging technology for capturing everything from athletes at a standing start to those running at high speed round a track

How's that?

Greg Blackman on the use of imaging in sport, from ball-tracking technology used by commentators to advanced sport science research in training top athletes

Faster than the eye can see

Machine vision suppliers are eyeing up high-speed imaging, which can resolve events that are too quick to see, according to Stephen Mounsey

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