Second Husky split Kind of innovative, but not yet fully developed. A new framing system Video The test was actually conducted on 25 October during a meeting between Inverness Caledonian Thistle and Ayr United (1-1). The camera was thus guided by an order from a robot, which was doped with artificial intelligence to film the match based on the ball’s movement. Some other cameraman, then.
But the experience turned into a disaster. The camera with the ball has actually confused the bald head of the assistant referee, the so-called John McCrossen. On several occasions, he therefore followed the footsteps of a black man on the edge rather than the trajectories of the area, making the meeting very difficult to walk behind a television or his computer screen.
The action leading up to the AIR’s target was poorly tempered by a misunderstanding of the device, which would have been deceived by the autumn sun reflecting on the glowing skull of the autumn, making it clear in the color of the ball.
The meeting was the first broadcast by the Scottish Federation (SPFL) with this high-tech unmanned camera with pay-per-view (match on demand), operated by the company Pixellot. On social media, the fans created a huge explosion. A SPFL spokesperson assured, “We are aware of some brief examples of wandering cameras and pixelates. The referee’s skull has become famous.
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