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Technological Advancements at the World Cup
The 2014 World Cup Brazil™ is upon us. Billions of fans from around the globe will tune in to watch the action. But the world's greatest soccer players aren't the only highlight of this month-long event. While the main focus lies on the individual matches, recent technological advancements will also enhance the experience for players and fans alike.
At the opening ceremony, a paralyzed teenager will kick a soccer ball with the assistance from an exoskeleton powered by brain impulses.
An advanced goal-line technology system using high-speed cameras will eliminate doubt whether or not a goal has been scored.
See about these technological advancements, and much more, in the infographic.
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