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How Virtual Reality Is Changing Sports Training

The 2nd annual Immersive Technology in Sports & Entertainment Summit is to be held in the Bay Area in November. And the sequel to last years successful summit could not have come at a better time as 2018 has been a breakthrough year for immersive technology in sports. Virtual reality (VR), in particular, is trudging ever so close to relevancy across a variety of sports.

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How to start up investing in startups - SyndicateRoom Guide

In the UK, more than 50,000 new companies launch every month; in the US, this figure surpasses 500,000. With so many startups entering the ring, everyone is eager to be in with a chance of spotting the next Facebook. But early-stage investing is different from backing any other asset class and very high risk. Before you dive in, you need to nail the fundamentals.

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Interview with Sohrob Farudi, CEO & Co-founder at the Fan Controlled Football League

Ahead of the 2nd Annual Immersive Technology in Sports & Entertainment in San Francisco next month (November 13-14) we spoke to Sohrob Farudi, CEO & Co-founder at the Fan Controlled Football League to hear his thoughts on the size of the immersive market in sport, how traditional and eSports are becoming ever closer, new<br> technologies to watch out for and the growing trend and value of fan immersion.

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Augmented Reality Becoming a Focus in Maintenance Technology

Augmented Reality, an enhanced version of reality where live direct or indirect views of physical real-world environments are augmented with superimposed computer-generated images over a users view of the real world.

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