Radd3 is a SF Bay Area-based company that is creating the most effective football training applications in the world with the input from coaches and players about their needs.
Our applications have been created by an experienced team of engineers as well as top NFL and NCAA coaches and players.
Our applications are currently used by Pro Bowl Oakland Raider QB Derek Carr and also by former NFL QB David Carr.
Radd3's DimeTime Redzone Fan-X will be featured on the Fox Sports pregame show leading up to the broadcast of Super Bowl LI.
Want to imagine that you are Tom Brady of the New England Patriots or Matt Ryan of the Atlanta Falcons, and that you need to score a final touchdown in the waning seconds to win Super Bowl LI?
Want to experience what it will be like to be crowned World Champions and to have your fans roaring, fireworks going off, and confetti raining down on you?
Want to experience all of this in dazzling, high resolution 3D Virtual Reality standing up and moving around to take in the whole experience at NRG Stadium?
This is exactly the experience that Radd3, a San Francisco Bay Area company, just created for Fox Sports for use during its upcoming Super Bowl LI broadcast.
Our applications are easy-to-implement, easy-to-use, and highly effective.
Our applications do not require a huge investment of time and effort by coaches and players.
No videotaping required.
Tablet based play creation and Virtual Reality Training.
New offensive plays and defensive schemes can be created in about one-fifth of the time it currently takes football coaches.
Any offensive play can be matched against any defensive scheme instantly.
Once created in our Play Creation Application, new plays and schemes can be instantly run in virtual reality or exported as PDFs for inclusion in playbooks.
Football Analytics Application
We take player data that coaches now store in Excel spreadsheets and move this data to the cloud where it is always in sync and always in reach of coaches, and where artificial intelligence can be applied to find new patterns in the data that coaches might not otherwise see.