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23 March 2018

Paul Hazlewood

Fantastec, a sport technology company based at Surrey Research Park, are inviting Brighton & Hove Albion supporters to take part in a ground-breaking research study and test new technology that seeks to track and measure fan emotions during the game.

Fantastec are inviting volunteers willing to take part and get an insight into their own emotional responses to match action. Albion fans selected will be among the first in the world to participate in a fan emotion study of this kind, and will receive a club merchandise voucher worth £15 for each match they attend as part of the study.

Starting with the game against Leicester City on Saturday 31st March, all tests are to be undertaken at Brighton & Hove Albion matches this season and involve wearing ‘Fit bit / Apple watch’ type wearable devices during the games.

Fantastec are based at the Surrey Technology Centre, Surrey Research Park, 40 Occam road, Guildford, and are developing the study with Brighton-based company, Thrive Wearables.

Click this link to volunteer to take part, or email Thrive Wearables/ Fantastec via if you need more information at this time.

This study is being undertaken with the full support and co-operation of Brighton & Hove Albion.

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