IBM’s French Open Posters Powered By Real-Time Match Data

IBM’s French Open Posters Powered By Real-Time Match Data

To make important data easier to grasp, the posters put facts like serve speed into animated context

Marielle Castillo
  • 19 april 2016

For the past 30 years, IBM has come up with innovative ways for fans, players and media to experience the French Open. During 2015’s Roland-Garros tournament, IBM presented Datables, a series of digital posters powered by real-time data collected from the matches.

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