The World Cup Fever seems going high

In the world cup opening ceremony, over 62,000 soccer fans packed the stadium in Brazil to cheer the home team. The heated matches and latest technological innovations are the parts of the world cup action. The ball that players will head, throw and kick was designed by Addidas to fix the problems that players had faced in 2010. WIRED.com has put a list of some of the coolest gadgets that would help to make this year’s world cup more memorable and splendid. Is it not so cool that the camera would capture every position of the ball at 500 times a second and a smartwatch worn by refs would vibrate when the ball crosses the goal line. The games will be broadcast in high res 4K video that cost at $4,000 and more.
The World Cup Fever seems going high

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