Derek Belch, former kicker at Sanford is the creator of StriVR which has already been implemented at the collegiate level from his former school as well as D-1 programs, like Arkansas, Auburn, Clemson and Vanderbilt within the last year. Belch developed StriVR for his master's thesis project in the Stanford virtual reality lab.
Quarterbacks, linebackers, and safeties, will wear the Oculus Rift headset using StriVR's program that will automatically adjust the video in the room to what the player is looking at. Coaches will also have the ability to see if they are making the proper reads or checks during each play. Not only will the starting players have access to the new technology, backup players will also get realistic views of plays they wouldn't of experienced otherwise.
StriVR's new VR technology can certainly be implemented in other sports. It will be interesting to witness StriVR's role in the evolution of sports and how athletes use it to train in the future.