NEVADA FOOTBALL TURNING TO VR TECHNOLOGY TO TRAIN QUARTERBACKS

October 8, 2019

Virtual reality—more commonly known as VR—has grown leaps in bounds in just a few short years. Once thought to be just science fiction, modern technology has created an opportunity for VR to become a tool for users around the world. Currently, VR is used in a wide range of applications, from medical training to video games. VAR, a VR technology company, has changed the public perception of what was previously thought possible in regard to VR’s capabilities. One way they’re doing that, is integrating it on the football field. VAR was created by football coach A.J. Smith. Smith currently is an offensive assistant coach for the Houston Roughnecks, Houston’s XFL team. Previously, Smith worked as the quarterbacks coach at Jackson State University.

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