Using computational fluid dynamics and other scientific weather analysis, our engineers can create what can be called a "VIRTUAL STADIUM", or a "STADIUM DIGITAL TWIN". This enables us to create a full 3D model of the weather inside a sports venue at any given moment.
We can then use this 3D model to calculate the real-time effects on the path of a ball. Real-time wind, temperature, relative humidity, air pressure, and rain are applied to real time and all potential trajectory data.
The trajectory calculations made with our 3D weather models can then be applied for numerous uses.
These uses include the augmentation of television broadcasts about sporting events, as seen below: