Clipboard gadget makes Coaching hi-tech

by James

From our friends at Yanko comes designer Gordon Yeh’s game clipboard that utilizes the newly developed technology known as “E-Ink” to create a digital clipboard for hi-tech coaching on the sidelines.

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HiTech Stadium becomes NFL Flagship

by James

The old saying goes that “everything is bigger in Texas.” Well, that couldn’t be more true for the new Dallas Cowboys Stadium which promises to be the largest stadium ever built, with the largest support arches ever constructed, and doors that open on each end that could fit a DC-10 lengthwise and still have room for a forward pass over the middle.

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SportsCast Wireless Scoreboard offers free Football stats

by Tiago

SportsCast Wireless Football Scoreboard

Having access to football information when there isn’t a radio, TV, or internet around can be a tricky situation. One of the options is to ask someone the score of a game, but in case you are home alone, it is impossible to do so, in the end you keep wondering if your team lost the match, or if next week’s game is easy, or if the stats are good. …

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New Hack weds the XBox 360 and a Wii Remote Controller

by James

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Taking Halo or Call to Duty to a whole new level, Hackers have created an Wii IR Remote sensor and driver to port the trademarked remote setup to the Xbox 360. This latest hack turns the epic video game and console into a full fledged killing simulator. Course, that’s not all the Xbox is good for. There’s sports games like Madden NFL, MLB Baseball or Tiger Woods Golf, there’s even …

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Head injuries monitored via wireless helmets

by Edwin

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Watch any football game of today and you’ll be amazed that the players seem superhuman despite facing tackle after tackle, with no sign of fatigue or pain. Many coaches and team physicians have also seen these happen right in front of their eyes and are wondering how the players endure such punishment, leading to several college teams teaming up with Simbex to create the Head Impact Telemetry (HIT) System. This …

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Board? I’ll knee you!!! (ok, it’s about knee-boards)

by Fred

flyboys kneeboard

So, yes, I’ve already shown proof I’m a tad weird, but, here’s more proof. I think Knee-boards are cool. Yes, I’m still not quite sure why either. Maybe it is because you can use them to carry important little notes like, “If flying upside-down, do not release bombs.” or “Pay attention to the radar when flying, those other dots you see at your altitude can hit you and it’ll be …

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Ball that measures how Far it was thrown

by Al

Virtual Distance Football

This is a cool idea, a football (American) that can measure and display how far it has been thrown, so next time you throw a great touch down pass you can brag about the distance accurately (rather than saying it went really really far). Known as the Virtual Distance Football, the distance thrown is calculated by using sensors to detect when the ball is thrown and then the impact of …

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From now on we’ll call it the Lovie Pump.

by Fred

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Yeah, I said it! Lovie Smith, the Head coach of the Chicago Bears (they’re playing in the Super Bowl this Sunday,, American Football,,, never mind). Anyway, he has been wearing a sideline jacket that everyone has been asking about and no one had a clue about. Well I finally sorted it. Thanks to Paul Lukas the proprietor of Uniwatch, a great blog (oh yeah, he writes for ESPN too) that’s …

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