Three trends will change the เยี่ยมชม UFABET เข้าสู่ระบบทางเข้า way you consume sport: eSports, AR and VR. How this trio develop within sports is something no-one can confidently predict but Sky Sports has spoken to some key players working on the future of technology in football to find out how your afternoon in the stands – be that real or virtual – might look in 2043.
One area of particular interest is the use of AR for in-stadium experiences. Fans can already enjoy added match-day bonuses such as tossing virtual objects onto the pitch, digital versions of their favourite players dancing around their home stadium or using an AR overlay to see player biometrics and trending social media comments. These add-ons engage a mobile-first viewing public and provide teams with new sponsorship opportunities.
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But the potential of AR extends far beyond the stadium. For example, football fans can now experience what it feels like to play in the NFL through a virtual game that has been licensed by the league itself. This is a huge step towards bridging the gap between watching a live game on TV and experiencing the atmosphere in a stadium.
Meanwhile, AR is being used at some stadiums to enhance visitor navigation, for example by displaying directions to food stands or first aid points. It is also being used in a number of marketing campaigns, for example an augmented reality app developed by Float Hybrid with Budweiser and three NFL teams which allows fans to see how they would look wearing the team’s kit in their own homes.