Does Trace work indoors?
Yes, you can use Trace indoors! In order to receive personalized results, Tracers must be worn and GPS data must be available. But we know that GPS does not always work indoors, and we have you covered! We use computer vision technology to create highlights for indoor environments where GPS sensors cannot collect data. This means that Trace will automatically create several different types of highlights for games even when a team is not able to wear Tracers. (Without sensor data, highlights will be added to tactical playlists, but will not be personalized for players.)
Computer Vision (CV) highlights include:
Progressions: When your team advances the ball past 2 or more defenders via pass or dribble.
Defensive Breakdowns: When the opposing team advances the ball past 2 or more of your team’s defenders via pass or dribble.
Box: Action around your penalty or the opponents area (we detect the ball in a penalty area for a certain duration).
Goals: Your own teams’ goals and your opponents’ goals.
Offensive Third: The plays that happen in the 1/3 of the field closest to the opposing team's goal.
Middle Third: The plays that happen in the middle 1/3 of the field.
Defensive Third: The plays that happen in the 1/3 of the field closest to your team's goal.
Players can tag themselves in automated highlights using the tag editor. If a player needs a highlight that is not included in a CV playlist, they can create their own highlights from the full game. Any highlight can be added to Trace iD