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Zwift introduces holographic replays so you can race yourself + the rest of the week’s tech news from Canyon, Oakley, Rapha, Met, Santini, Parcours, Gore, Koo & more

Zwift introduces holographic replays so you can race yourself + the rest of the week’s tech news from Canyon, Oakley, Rapha, Met, Santini, Parcours, Gore, Koo & more

Tech of the Week 18 October 2022 Who would win in a race between you and you? Here’s how to find out courtesy of Zwift…

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Tech of the Week 18 October 2022 Who would win in a race between you and you? Here’s how to find out courtesy of Zwift

Tech of the Week is always an eclectic mix and this one features super-fast wheel, a whole load of clothing to keep you comfortable on off-season rides, very cool eyewear, and a two-wheeled tribute to the Hawaiian humuhumunukunukuapua’a fish. Oh yes, it’s diverse alright.

We’re starting, though, with Zwift’s latest innovation to add excitement to your indoor riding. Zwift introduces holographic replays that allow you to race yourself

Online cycling app Zwift has now introduced the holographic replays feature first previewed last month, allowing you to race a representation of yourself on screen.

The new feature is available to all Zwift users under FutureWorks, Zwift’s development program for testing new product ideas and features. 2022 Zwift HoloReplay – 2 “The HoloReplay is a visual representation of your fastest pace within the past 90 days or your most recently completed segment,” says Zwift. “It allows you the opportunity to compete against your previous performance set during a free ride.

HoloReplays won’t use a PR or recent completion data recorded in an event, race, workout, group workout, Meetup, Club, or group ride.

You can choose between these options: Personal Best Any PR set during a freeride or Pacer Group ride. At the launch of HoloReplay, your performance history is set to a 90 day rolling window with a start date of 16 Aug. Most Recent This will spawn the […]

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