How Hololens Is Helping Golf Fans Get More Out Of Watching The Sport

How Hololens Is Helping Golf Fans Get More Out Of Watching The Sport
Fitness & Sport

Augmented reality isn't just used for Pokemon Go—now, sports enthusiasts can enhance their game through Microsoft's AR technology too

Ido Lechner, Home Editor
  • 12 july 2016

With help from Microsoft and Seattle based Augmented Reality software maker Taqtile, the PGA Tour is experimenting with innovative ways to engage fans, design courses, improve operations and provide benefit to golfers. At The Players Championship tournament earlier this year, PGA Tour officials, sponsors and players got a chance to test out new demos on Microsoft’s Hololens device, interacting with virtual maps of holes and accompanying statistics.

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