Anyone know how Livebarn tracks the puck? Seems like it's was bad at first and now it's even worse. Great idea but very poor execution. It's always like they intentionally focus on the wrong end until a goal is scored at the other.
I don't know but I'm guessing it follows the sound. Just a hunch based on watching some this year.
Here's a novel idea. Go and see the game, or don't. If you are watching anything below college hockey games on Live Barn, you need to reassess how much you care, and why.
The quality is awful. It is blurred when the camera tries to catch up to the play and it's often way behind. It randomly pans to the opposite end for no reason. I've also noticed that some rinks don't include the scoreboard. It's a great idea but needs some technology improvements.
It's designed to follow 5 kids at a time not track the puck. I was told they have technology to allow it to track the puck, but it would include giving all the organizations that use it X amount of pucks per year at a pretty huge cost