July 14th 2019, Lord’s, London. What a finish to CWC19! After 47 matches and 48 days of play…it all boiled down to the last ball of the Super Over. Scrambling for the batting crease, New Zealand came up a run short and England became the 2019 World Champions. Conflicting images of jubiliant winners and heartbroken … Continue reading Cricket World Cup 2019 Review
Wisden-ThrowMotion Blast at Lord’s
Wisden Monthly’s World Cup Special magazine is out! Besides an exclusive interview with England captain Eoin Morgan, the issue includes an analysis of each of the 10 countries involved and predictions from Wisden’s team of writers. The issue also also contains an article by editor-in-chief Phil Walker covering CricketLive, from a visit he made to … Continue reading Wisden-ThrowMotion Blast at Lord’s
Lord’s Games Conference
A fantastic day presenting and listening to fellow inventors, collectors and cricket lovers at the Lord’s Games Conference, in the historic Long Room at Lord’s Cricket Ground. Talks covered a variety of topics, from the cultural history of games and the use of abstraction in design, to the bridge between sports and games and the … Continue reading Lord’s Games Conference
World Cup 2019 Preview!
The ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 will be held in England and Wales between 30 May – 14 July 2019, with 48 matches taking place across some of cricket’s most iconic venues. With less than 3 months to go, preparations are underway at every level: Whether it’s #ENGvWI, #AUSvIND, #SAvSL, the #PSL, #IPL players are … Continue reading World Cup 2019 Preview!
Vitality Blast 2018
London, 6th July 2018 – The Vitality Blast T20 tournament is in full swing, and with that starts season 2 of our partnership with Kia Motors to engage fans at The Oval. The booth, which features a beautiful red Kia Stinger, by the side of the table cricket games is easy to spot near the … Continue reading Vitality Blast 2018
Recreating fun matches with data analytics
In this post, we look at an interesting way to reconstruct the excitement of a completed CricketLive game using the ball-by-ball information that’s recorded for every match. With over 2.2 Million recorded runs and 10 Million data points across ThrowMotion’s Cricket game units (including ball speed, runs scored and hit direction) we’ve implemented … Continue reading Recreating fun matches with data analytics
Kia Slugfest at The Oval
London, 9th July 2017 – The biggest hit among Surrey Cricket fans at the Oval today? Other than the nail-biting last ball win over Somerset, it was the Kia booth with three Cricket Live game units from ThrowMotion. The Kia ThrowMotion booths will remain a feature for all Surrey home games in the 2017 Natwest … Continue reading Kia Slugfest at The Oval
ThrowMotion on BBC’s Stumped show
The BBC’s Alison Mitchell came out to the MCC Museum at Lord’s to play the ThrowMotion cricket game and talk with ThrowMotion’s founder Aditya Dayal. Her interview is posted here. Click on the pic below to watch Alison’s spectacular Six over long-off in slow motion! The full Stumped program is available from the BBC Stumped … Continue reading ThrowMotion on BBC’s Stumped show
CricketLive! makes Lord’s Debut
March 10, 2017 London – Visitors to the MCC Museum at the Lord’s Cricket Ground in London will be able to play their own ‘mini T20’ match on Cricket Live!, the web-connected cricket table game that’s part of the museum’s exhibition “A Century of Cricket Games”. The MCC exhibition brings together a hundred years of … Continue reading CricketLive! makes Lord’s Debut
Lord’s Cricket Ground, London – The Stumped crew covers an exhibition on Cricket Games that is going on at the MCC Museum at Lords. The snippet includes Charu Sharma’s observations on ThrowMotion’s table-top cricket game as well!