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Crazy Free-D cameras mean we may never watch sport the same way again

Watch this, then imagine the 360 degree glory of capturing King Henry or BOD in full flow.

AMERICA SPORTS BROADCASTER TNT went big on gizmos to cover this year’s NBA All-Star game.

TNT cranked up their new Free-D motion axis cameras across New Orleans Arena to capture the All-Star action in 360 beautiful degrees. Kyrie Irving won the game’s MVP and Kevin Durant notched up 31 points as East beat West 163-155.

Check out some of the great footage of Irving, LeBron James and Blake Griffin in full Free-D flow.


Imagine the possibilities if this technology were to cross the Atlantic and give sports fans a new way of looking at soccer, GAA, rugby and more.

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