Israeli company uses missile software to track movement on basketball court
The technology in SportVU allows basketball players to analyze their movements at 25 frames a second. But the Israeli-developed software was designed not to bust myths or boost metrics. It was meant to track missiles.
Thanks to technology recent introduced to the NBA, Chris Bosh now knows he's not as bad a rebounder as he thinks he is. What he may not know, however, is that he has Israeli missile-tracking efforts to thank for his salvaged reputation.