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Posted August 24, 2014 - 12:58 PM
Q: When you take off your jersey for the final time, what will you leave behind on the court?
A: "My heart and soul." --Kobe Bryant
Posted August 24, 2014 - 01:09 PM
Yup, we officially need this for the NBA. Often times, we only have two decent angles from cameras, sometimes reveal conflicting results, and the referees' point of view. A 360 degree panoramic "freeD" view would increase the speed and accuracy of the referee review process. I hate it when they spend minutes reviewing a play...destroys the total momentum.
Posted August 24, 2014 - 02:17 PM
I watched it in action at Indian Wells this year. It's totally outstanding. Every sport should use it because it adds a lot to the game for the spectators. And it facilitates referee's work, too.
And as a long-time tennis player/fan, I can assure you it could also be a marvelous way to improve your own game.
It can actually be a groundbreaking technology for all kinds of sport.
Real life is looking more and more like a videogame!
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