A virtual reality company is working with the Carolina Panthers to develop a program that will allow Cam Newton and other players learn from video shot from the players’ perspective.
A virtual reality company is working with the Carolina Panthers to develop a program that will allow Cam Newton and other players learn from video shot from the players’ perspective. Chuck Burton AP
A virtual reality company is working with the Carolina Panthers to develop a program that will allow Cam Newton and other players learn from video shot from the players’ perspective. Chuck Burton AP

Panthers joining other NFL teams by introducing virtual reality

June 15, 2016 5:12 PM

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