Replay Technologies places high-speed camera sensors at strategic spots in the stadium. The firm provides solutions through its two prominent offerings: Solo Freed System and Arena Freed System. Both the solutions have the ability to capture a moment in time—Static Replay—and create and tune cinematography in post-production—Dynamic Replay. The 3-Dimensional reconstruction technology gives accurate measurements of position, speed, and velocity of the objects in the processed scene. The data from the camera can flow through the fiber extenders up to 6 miles and the information is stored as a freeD database. Using Teledyne Dalsa Falcon 2 cameras that offer a resolution of 12 mega-pixels—equivalent to 4K technology—the images rendered are always sharp. The angles of all the cameras are synced to shoot at the same time to create a perfect Static Replay.
The Solo Freed System enables broadcasting at 720p resolution with 2K (4MP) resolution capture devices. This can cover up to 550 square feet with a 180-degree coverage area.
FreeD instant replay system allows a unique 360-degree, real-time perspective of any sequence or athlete within many sports environments
Partnering with reputed companies like Samsung, Access Technologies, Thinklogical, and Intel, Replay Technologies provides cutting-edge freeD solutions that enhances the viewing experience. The freeD technology was showcased in 18 countries on the Sky Sports’ broadcast of the Union of European Football Association (UEFA) Champions League Finals in 2014.
For the future, Replay Technologies plans to devise freeD technology in a way that enables live streaming of images, while handing over the control to end-users. “We aim to offer the world complete freedom of play, and are ahead of the rest with our path-breaking technologies,” concludes Yogen.