Jan 21 2013, 1:32pm CST | by Shane McGlaun
Growing up my elementary school had a gym it was used for all sorts of sports. That meant it had lines all over the place that routinely confused as we were playing basketball. A new high-tech gym floor from a company called ASB Systemblau GMBH has turned up that doesn't need painted stripes and can be used for any sport you can think of.
The high-tech floor is made from specially treated glass on top of an aluminum frame. The aluminum frame has lots of LED lighting inside allowing coaches to set the floor up for just about any sport you can think of from basketball to badminton and tennis. The interesting floor can also be used in conjunction with high-tech sensors.
When used with the sensors, the floor opens up the possibility to track where a ball lands or the below in show where a player's foot was placed. That would make it easy to determine files and if a ball is out during a tennis match. Pricing for the floor is unknown.
Source: Guitar World
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