Posts Tagged ‘sport’
It’s something barfly sports fans have been waiting for – a technology that allows them to tune out the chat and the piped chart hits and concentrate on what the commentator’s saying on the big, muted screen in the corner. Could Audioair be the answer?
Download the (iOS or Android) app, scroll through the available channels, [...]
Rugby fans watching the England v France game on TV this Saturday (17.00 GMT kick-off, live on BBC 1 in the UK) will be able to listen to the match officials as well as the broadcast commentary, thanks to a new iOS app from mobile phone company and RFU sponsor O2. O2 Matchday, which can [...]
The new SwiMP3 waterproof MP3 player from FINIS is what committed swimmers have been waiting for. Not only can it be immersed in water, the SwiMP3 doesn’t use headphones or ear buds. Instead, the music, podcasts and audio books that help the time pass as you pound up and down the pool are experienced via [...]
OK, I wasn’t going to make any further links about the Olympics but when I stumbled across this one on npr website I thought it would be a crime not to bring your attention to it.
It’s a little audio comparison between days gone by and Beijing 2008. It’s certainly an eye-opener (or ear opener) when you [...]
With the Olympics well and truly thundering towards the finishing line I have to say it has been a resounding success in many aspects. I’m not the only person who thinks this either, as Bob Dixon, director of Sound Design & Communications of NBC Olympics has come forth and stated in this SVG article about the [...]