Intel plans to bring 3D athlete monitoring (3DAT) to the 2020 Olympics. The company announced that its 3DAT system will use 4 cameras to film athletes within the 100-meter and other sprinting events. .The tech will allow data overlays during 100-meter sprint replays. Algorithms will then analyse the biomechanics of the athletes’ actions and broadcast these as visual overlays during replays
Intel has already made massive promises for the 2020 Olympics. It previously announced that it is engaged on a 5G network for the games, and there’s a good chance we’ll see another drone based light show .Intel additionally shared that it is working with the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to carry VR training to summer games staff. That system will create VR models of competition venues. And Intel’s Core i5 processor chips will be utilized in a facial recognition system, “NeoFace,” that shall be used to identify over 300,000 people at the games — including athletes, volunteers, media and employees.
In fact, Intel has used VR to boost the viewing experience of previous Olympic video games, and it hasn’t always gone well The company has had time to work on the tech, however we’ll have to wait till July 2020 to see if its 3DAT or VR training efforts make a noticeable difference.