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Sports and Entertainment

Freeze Motion

Minimization of motion blur in images or video feeds is the major hurdle for capturing fast moving sports. The combination of high sensitivity and low noise sensors, together with features like global shutters, fast frame rates, increased ISO (gain) values, and distortion-free lenses ensure that athletes are recorded precisely, with their movement shown accurately in each image. 

Getting the Right POV

What matters most when capturing specific sports or game play details is finding the best camera location. Looking for areas that minimize glare and obstructions are key to getting the best quality images. At the same time, protection from environmental factors like rain/snow, vibration, or vandalism must be considered when selecting camera positions. Synchronizing the video feeds from multiple sources aid game play analytics by showing a 360° view of the action, providing the best viewing angles in all circumstances. 

Challenging Lighting

The quality of the playback is strongly dependent on the available light in the stadium or on the court. Cameras that face into the sunset or field lights, or unevenness from gymnasium lights, have a dramatic impact on how well the athletes and plays are seen in the recording. Reducing lens flare and reflections both internal and external to the camera, will improve the resultant image quality. Additionally, in-camera features that extend the image’s dynamic range and compensate for changes in light are important to consider when making selections.

Sports Analytics

Captured videos are only as good as the details coaches can extract from them. Software analytics have come a long way to help them see more errors and provide better feedback to the players. Motion estimates, skeletal tracking, and feedback/image overlays provide exceptional features to help explain the proper techniques. These features demonstrate how current player motions differ from the ideal kinetic models. Increasingly, Artificial Intelligence (AI) is applied to help preprocess the image streams within the camera itself, to maximize the desired results and minimize backend horsepower for sports analytical systems.

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