The Dallas Cowboys are hoping that their players will improve significantly by the introduction virtual reality. With the new system in place, Brandon Weeden can now be able to sit down and virtually experience their normal practice session.
The Dallas Cowboys over the past few years have been looking for ways in which they can be able to maximize the ability of their players without any success but there is high expectations and hopes among the team’s management with the new virtual reality.
The Cowboys believe that their recently added STRIVR laboratories’ will help them achieve what they have been trying to achieve for a long time and that is, maximizing their players’ ability. The STRIVR labs’, is basically a new system that the Dallas Cowboys hope will be able to take their players back on the field without them necessarily having to be on the field.
The new virtual will allow Weeden, who’s the team quarterback, to make calls quickly as well as make in-play reads much more faster and lastly be able to learn by experience in that he will be in the play rather watching it let’s say in his personal computer or even on the big screen.
While speaking about the new technology that the team has decide to introduce, Weeden said that the new systems is very nice and its way better than watching plays on the screen.
“It completely blows normal film,” Weeden said. “It is like you are actually taking a live rep despite the fact that you are not throwing.”
How well the system will turn out will be evident once the season kicks off.