Oculus Rift is helping football players skill-up in virtual reality off the field

Oculus Rift is often associated with gaming, however, the virtual reality technology is now being used to train football players off the field. Quarterbacks and coaches alike spend hours a week watching footage of football games to find areas of weakness and ways to improve their game. Virtual reality is being used to help quarterbacks and other players in real-world training using Oculus Rift goggles and software created by STRIVR Labs, according to a new article out by The San Diego Union-Tribune. Football players are often observers when watching footage on tablet computers and televisions. Then they go out on the field and practice…

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