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This article was published on January 19, 2010

IBM Bring Augmented Reality to Australian Open Tennis

IBM Bring Augmented Reality to Australian Open Tennis
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Kim Heras is a Sydney-based technology writer and entrepreneur. His passions include the Australian startup industry, innovation and the Kim Heras is a Sydney-based technology writer and entrepreneur. His passions include the Australian startup industry, innovation and the web as an enabler of change. You can follow Kim on twitter - @kimheras

aussieIBM have announced they’ll be making their Seer Augmented Reality app available to fans at the Australian Tennis Open this year.

The app was first launched at Wimbledon last year.

As far as AR in sports it’s not quite as good as the Topps AR trading cards, but still, it’s a good start.

You can check out a video of the the IBM app in action here.