According to the Clarion-Ledger, Ole Miss is one of just a few schools that has begun using virtual reality as an add-on to its offseason programs.
Graduate assistant Robert Ratliff reportedly is in charge of implementing the virtual reality, which works as a simulator for the team’s quarterbacks. The software allows the Rebels to input their own offensive plays as well as opposing teams’ defensive systems, quarterbacks coach Dan Werner told the Clarion-Ledger.
Plays can then be run by the quarterbacks virtually in what Brendan Reilly, the CEO of software producer EON Sports VR, called «a Madden game that’s customizable.»
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