- “STRIVR’s virtual-reality technology will provide our teams and players with increased visualization techniques and training skills as well as an unmatched in-arena and VIP game-day experience,” said Ted Leonsis, founder, chairman and owner of Monumental Sports & Entertainment.
- The Capitals are the first team in the NHL to utilize STRIVR technologies. The Dallas Cowboys, Arizona Cardinals, San Francisco 49ers and the Minnesota Vikings also utilize the technology.
- “The potential competitive advantage that virtual-reality training can give us is huge,” Capitals defenseman John Carlson said. “The virtual-reality technology is going to help me fine-tune my decision making in games and allow me to train as if I’m at practice without having to be on the ice.”
Virtual Reality Training Hits the Hockey League
8. 13. 15 by Andrew Tieu