The best. We all like to associate ourselves with the best. We want to work with the best. We must have the best. We must be the best. It’s true in our personal lives and it’s also true in our professional lives.
Chances are you’ve probably seen it, but didn’t know what it was. The sharp graphics and fancy telestration on the last game or highlight show you watched. Circles, spotlights, vision cones, the stuff the analysts use to explain the game. The stuff that makes it look easy. As a former coach, I always wished that I had something like that for my players. Now I do. Coach Paint.
With broadcasters continually looking to add extra value to their content and enhance viewer engagement and experiences, vendors are always looking to provide technology that not only offers value for money but also facilitates rich and captivating to-air footage. With a huge global outreach, football (soccer) is broadcast to the homes of billions around the globe.
You’ve seen tracking before on television, and if you’re reading this, then it’s likely you’ve also used tracking in a live broadcast sports event.
According to Wikipedia, Kabaddi is a contact team sport that originated in the Indian subcontinent in Tamil Nadu. It is popular in South Asia and is the state game of several Indian states and it is also the national sport of Bangladesh.
Using Video & Data In Collaboration Rather Than Isolation
As I begin my eighth season in ‘’professional football", I'm thrilled to be working with a team of seasoned sports technology solution professionals who are introducing disruptive innovation to the professional football market.
ChyronHego are unique in the sense that we are delivering tools that enable teams to work in both the Video (Coach Paint) and Data (TRACAB) domains in collaboration, while also working with high-end spatial data inside a video platform.
Sports arenas are transforming more and more into multi-use media centers. Today's ticket holders for a sports event expect to be entertained and informed through a state-of-the-art facility.
Since the first uses of the telestrator in the late 1950s, the technology has been used to enhance the viewing experience with visual cues to highlight on-air descriptions.