Australian sportswear maker Cucabura has created a smart ball through the microchip. The smart ball can be used next season for Big Bash
A lot has changed in cricket. The change from bat to suit changed. And the rules change with the rules. Only the ball remains the same. The pink ball appeared on the day and night test, but did not touch the technology. In Test, ODI and Twenty20, the red ball is red and the white ball remains flat.
He says shit too! Technology can be seen as white in Big Bash. Australian sportswear maker Cuckaboora has created a microchip ball. And the idea of using it is under consideration this year's Big Bash season. Kookaburra is also expected to drop the ball in Test cricket.
The sportswear manufacturer is in the final stages of testing a new type of ball. Kookaburra wants to outperform its competitive Duke sportswear by launching it. This smart ball has several advantages. The smart ball will give instant statistics on the speed of the ball. And this is in a few steps – the time to play the ball, the speed before the rebound and the speed after the rebound. And the smart ball information will be more accurate in this regard.
Work is also being done on the Morning Decision Review System (DRS) so that the smart ball plays a good role. The perfect decision can be made whether the ball hits the bat, especially in the case of a back incision or LBW. The smart ball is preparing to make the right decision even in the case of a questionable catch. Kukabura works with Sport Kar – former Australian pacemaker Michael Kasprowicz. The two companies are confident that this smart ball will soon be used in the world's best T20 franchise franchise. They try to force the ball, especially with Big Bash. If there is any dispute or interference with this ball in the franchise league, it will also be considered as international cricket.