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Fast Break to the Future

May 28

02:00 PM - 02:30 PM

Description

The NBA has been at the forefront of creating innovative digital fan experiences. Scott Stanchak, the league’s Vice President, Emerging Technology, will detail how the NBA is using augmented reality, mixed reality and virtual reality to bring fans from around the world closer to the game. Stanchak will also discuss how the NBA is using a similar innovation process to enhance the live game-viewing experience.

Speakers

VP, Emerging Technology Products , NBA

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Speakers

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Description

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Speakers

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