Mavericks' broadcasts to feature new 360 degree video coverage

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Dallas Mavericks install 3D camera technology in American Airlines Center
Friday November 21st, 2014

Mark Cuban is a great entrepreneur and he is always looking for new ways to improve his products, so it comes as no surprise that the he is rolling out some new technology to Mavericks' broadcasts. 

Teaming up with tech company freeD, Cuban announced that Friday's game against the Los Angeles Lakers will some incredible camera work from a variety of angles. The 360 degree video coverage is unlike any other broadcast in the league.

freeD "completed six weeks of installing high-resolution cameras in the American Airlines Center rafters and will begin testing a revolutionary product," according to Cuban.

Here is the result: 

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With the new technology, fans will be able to watch replays move seamlessly between angles to see how plays develop.

The rest of the NBA should be jealous. 

- Josh Sanchez

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