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Augmented Reality Hockey

Finally EVERY player skates to where the puck is going to be
 
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Gretzky, perhaps the greatest hockey player of all time made the expression popular enough that it transcended hockey

With our AR equipped helmet visor, players see calculated puck trajectories, including the probability of other player redirection, and can skate there directly

theircompetitor, Feb 08 2019

ping-pong Matrix version https://www.youtube...watch?v=XnWD2-4hghw
[not_morrison_rm, Feb 09 2019]

Not entirely dissimilar Predictive_20Cricket_20Glasses
[MaxwellBuchanan, Feb 09 2019]

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       Won't this hit the same problem as algorithms which predict financial markets? That is, when several players have it, it must keep second-guessing itself.
pertinax, Feb 09 2019
  

       Don't players' brains already do this and already have that problem?
notexactly, Feb 09 2019
  

       Yeah, but the problem is when their bodies don't keep up, and their brains end up getting bodychecked.   

       The visual of brains on skates is pretty amusing.
RayfordSteele, Feb 09 2019
  

       I seem to remember some deep learning processing crunching basketball plays to compare outcomes to top coach predictions.   

       Keep it simple and just ghost the algorithm's predicted plays. The interesting bit would be what players did with the computer's play and the variation between possession and defense.   

       Although, how the helmet's field of view infographic is drawn is going to paramount.
wjt, Feb 09 2019
  

       So, this is meant to tell you what the puck's going on?
MaxwellBuchanan, Feb 09 2019
  

       Good for learners but teaching old dogs new bizarre computer tricks will always be difficult.
wjt, Feb 11 2019
  
      
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