The torch has been passed to Tokyo for the 2020 Games. It promises to be the most futuristic Olympics yet, with plans for autonomous taxis, instant language translation, artificial meteor showers, and more.
High-speed cameras, smart rings, brain-zapping headphones, and virtual reality. With all eyes focused on the athletes at the 2016 Olympics in Rio, let’s take a look at some of the new technology that’s made these games the most technologically advanced yet.
The Piero AR, developed by Ericsson, is a new augmented reality platform for sports broadcasters.
You can check out the table's interactive dashboard to see how much you've improved over time.
3D virtual reality provider NextVR is bringing more content to their platform.
Genomics is entering the world of sports, and a start up is planning to use it to optimize athletic training and performance.
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