The 4k macitynet world championship can also be seen in augmented reality. Spectators who are lucky enough to enjoy matches from the stands will be able to see the stats of the players on the pitch using the AR. That’s how.
To benefit from real-time player stats, simply open the FIFA+ app and point the camera at the pitch. An augmented reality feature allows fans in the stands to view VAR replays and camera angles from alternate cameras.
FIFA states that only people who are in the stands can enjoy this FIFA+ experience. As seen in the video below, simply point your smartphone camera at the pitch to bring up a special interface that allows you to tap on any player on the pitch to see their movement speed and other information.
VAR replays could be useful for those who are in the stadium and cannot understand why the referee made a particular decision on the pitch. This is a particularly useful feature on some occasions.
For example, on the occasion of Japan’s winning goal against Spain last Thursday, when it seemed that the ball had crossed the goal line; the VAR instead eliminated all doubts, showing from the right angle that the ball was not completely beyond the line. Having the ability to view the VAR replay right on your smartphone helps spectators on the pitch understand certain decisions being made on the pitch.
The AR overlay could increase the experience of the viewer who, from the field, has no possibility to view replays or enjoy statistics shown on TV.
For all those who are sitting in an armchair, however, we recommend watching the match show in 4K by following this guide.