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Barb Augustin said:
But there's a downside. Check out “Unfit Bits” by Surya Mattu on Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/126071798
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Jon Woodward said:
Great post and one of my big interests on how all things 'tech' can support coaching, performance and education. Also a great article by Barb, and links to one of my thoughts that not all technology is good, and should be linked to clear benefits and development.

I love how technology has changed by coaching (I avoid the word 'improved' my coaching as on relfection I have started to question if it has) but the impact of the various camera angles and data collection is huge. However, all this 'new' information being generated still needs to be understood and applied, and that still involves somewhat of human element.

It is also not just about the snapshot in time of the data, but consideration of the 'story' behind is key - https://www.connectedcoaches.org/spaces/10/welcome-and-general/blog/JonWoodward74/230/coaching-from-the-top-of-a-double-decker-bus - Check out my recent post on different perspectives in coaching....

I posted this on Twitter this week around the Oculus Rift: How will virtual reality change watching and playing sport http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/35918451

In reply, this was shared with me and makes an interesting read http://perceptionaction.com/22d/

Ironically, we are using technology to debate the use of technology....:-)
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