Sports – there's really no more fun way to get some exercise. Whether it's a kid chasing a ball around a field or an elite athlete striving to slice an extra hundredth of a second off their personal best, technology continues to influence sport in myriad ways.
June 14, 2019
Intake, a start-up out of Santa Barbara, California, has six issued patents and nine more patents pending for the world’s first magnetic nasal band that opens nasal passageways to their widest capacity.
There are already swim-tracking wearables such as watches, that track data such as the number of lengths swum. TritonWear is taking things further, however, with its just-announced Triton 2 – the device tracks 13 swimming metrics at once, transmitting data in real time for performance analysis.
Thor Industries used the RVX show to get serious about its products, but it also had some fun ... a lot of fun. Its custom Heartland Cyclone tailgater trailer pulls up stadium-side, screens games on numerous TVs, keeps the beer flowing with a keg fridge, and provides plenty of space to kick back.
While people are fairly fussy about things like bicycle tire pressure, they tend to be a lot more blasé when it comes to inflating basketballs – even though a ball's pressure can greatly affect its performance. The Innoflate Perfect Pressure Needle is designed to help … by whistling.
Back in 2016, Nike first announced its HyperAdapt 1.0 training shoes, which automatically tighten their laces around the wearer's foot. Now Puma is getting in on the self-lacing game, with its Fit Intelligence (Fi) line of footwear.
Red Bull's global brand stretches far beyond its flagship energy drink product – its logo is now plastered all over virtually anything that's fast, exciting, upside-down or dangerous. Here's our five favorite death-defying Red Bull marketing stunts.
We know you’ve been there. You’re sitting at a party or a tailgate, and the group is divided. You all want to play a game. But what? You need something that lets you interact together and fits for all ages, isn’t too complicated, but isn’t the run-of-the-mill gimmick.