A new technology that boosts the speed of NFL games is getting a boost from the Super Bowl, which could be a boon for fans who are not accustomed to such fast-paced games.
According to the New York Times, the new technology, which is called Rapid Response, is being used to speed up some NFL games.
The technology, developed by the team at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, has been shown to reduce the time between kickoff and the moment the ball is snapped, allowing players to focus on playing instead of worrying about being knocked out of the game.
“Our hope is that the speed and focus of players in this game will be more focused,” head coach Greg Schiano said in a press conference on Sunday.
“We know that’s a very important component for us.
So, we’re going to be really focusing on our speed and our focus on our focus, so that when they’re getting the ball in the air, they’re not having to think about what’s going on.”
According to a press release, the technology works by analyzing a game’s action, location and timing.
The game is then replayed with the same data.
In addition to the speed-boosting effect, the system will also give football fans a boost in stamina and concentration.
The device will also help referees with more accurate call calls.
“The coaches and players who are going to watch the Superbowl are going, ‘Oh, that’s amazing,’ and the officials are going ‘Oh yeah, that was cool,'” NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said on Sunday, according to the Times.
The Super Bowl is scheduled to take place on Jan. 3 in Pasadena, California.