In Fall 2016, NYC Media Lab presented a lineup of meetups when MLBAM shared its current experiments in data visualization, player tracking, big data analysis for recommender systems and fraud detection, and virtual reality. To build off the buzz from the meetups, NYC Media Lab presents the MLBAM Hackathon.
The hackathon will gather teams to build hybrid multimedia experiences and applications that explore the opportunity for sports content consumption, interaction and engagement. Areas for exploration include: VR, AR, predictive algorithms, machine learning, data visualization storytelling, projection mapping, livestream video, motion capture, 3D modelling, game design, animation, wearable technologies, and body-as-platform experiences.
The goal of this project is Getting fans back to the Stadium. We are creating a platform for MLB fans to interact with the game based on the mobile devices, evoking the feeling of engagement, in the context of the game field.
Fans can anticipate some results, like a home run and hit, of their support team lively during the match. Fans' anticipation will be shown on their phone, stadium screen, and the broadcast channel in the visualized way. In this way, fans will feel more sense of engagement, interaction and participation with the team instead of watching the game ordinarily, also inspire more and more fans to participate the game at the stadium.
1. Put the personal history section on the first page once user enter the app.
2. Visually emphasize the transaction section, and divide it into two different flows.
3. Modify the layout of each transaction to enhance the social feature.
1. Emphasize user and bill amount to visually reduce the probability of error.
2. Add emoji shortcut to helpuser save time on comment, and add juiciness to the experience. The order of Emoji will be influenced by users history and bill amount.
1. Assist user to split the bill efficiently by simplifying the calculation process.
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