You cannot be serious...the ball was in! On of the innovations I've noticed at the Aust Open this year has been the Hawkeye system which tracks a ball's trajectory and can be used to show line calls. It was also been used here for the last couple of years for cricket decisions...especially LBWs.
Apparently its owned by a British company and is now used in tennis, cricket, snooker and baseball. I can easily see it taking over all ball sports.
neuronwave is the personal site of Ben Hosken. I am the founder of Flink Labs, a data visualisation studio based in Melbourne. Previously I founded AgentArts, where I developed a recommendations system that we ultimately sold to MSFT.I have two patents, one in Recommendation Systems and one for a datamining algorithm I invented. I have a strong interest in physical computing, emergence, self organising systems, immersive games, bluetooth ad hoc networks and other fun things.
A while ago I built and ran Blog Change Bot - an AOL IM Bot which notified you when blogs you like are updated. I also built IcyPole, a bluetooth based P2P mobile phone app in 2004. With Suzette, I've built Playground Finder - a community contributed site for parents to find playgrounds nearby and while traveling for their kids to play in. Its a "playground" for my social, location, community and mobile interests.
I live in Melbourne with my wife Suzette, son Oskar Tex and my little girl Jasmine
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Bodypump, Flink Labs, autumn weather, balance.