Here is an approach with a timeline showing events like Goals and Cards. The colored ring displays the seconds like an analog clock.
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over 1 year ago
I like it!
Amazing!! And the France team wins which is a miracle :)
Very nice concept. For everybody that is interested which player got a yellow (and red) card you could show their names via mouseover.
Yeah, unfortunately mouseover isn't working on a TV, yet. ;)
@Martin Oberhäuser That's true. I didn't know it was for TV only. ;)
Forgive me while I blatantly stare.
Pretty nice! I always wonder why the way TV channels show us sports information is so ancient looking.
Its a nice idea, however, in reality does take up too much screen estate and you wouldn't want this at the top of your screen for an entire game.
This looks great, shame about the scoreline though ;)
Yeah, sorry about the score. I should change that. Of course I started with Germany as the wining team against Denmark but wanted to change the white and red of these teams to something more fresh. ;)
Looks lovely, and the EURO is so interesting now :)
This is beautiful. Lovely work. How would it work if a game goes into extra time and penalties? Would the timeline reset?
really nice work mate!
Really nice work
A way to get this to work would be if, at default, the score line was in its minimal state. When a goal is scored, yellow card is given, foul is made etc, then a small slider like previous shots pops out. Then if you did want to view a timeline of game, perhaps this could be tied in by pressing the red button on your remote, the user could then press left and right to flick through each incident and perhaps even watch them back by selecting one. Just a suggestion :)
love the idea, and it's very pretty, but I feel it takes too much screen real estate :)
@Morgan Jones yeah I thought about something like this too. I see your point that it's taking up a lot of space. The timeline could also just slide out every few minutes instead of being there all the time. The interactive version would of course be the best solution but I'm afraid it'll take a while until features like this are avaiable on most TVs...
Oh and it's Lars BENDER from Germany! :)
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