Intel has announced that it's doing deals with two companies that'll put its tiny computer module, Curie, in plenty of action sports gear. The first is with ESPN, the network that's covering the 2016 Winter X Games later this month. The firm is installing Curie modules into the snowboards used for the men's slopestyle and Big Air competitions. The hardware will transmit real-time data about athlete performance, such as jump height, in-air rotation and the force that they hit the ground with. These stats will then be pushed to the TV studio for commentators to bring up when discussing each participant's chances.