Smart Ring For NBA Players At WDW
So, how will the NBA be sure to keep all of its players healthy when they re-start their season.
Well, while the players work toward a ring, they’ll be wearing rings.
Jordan Rose of Complex explained:
NBA players will wear a ‘smart ring’ at Disney world, per https://t.co/UCLdrFVMWo
The Oura smart ring is capable of predicting COVID-19 symptoms up to 3 days in advance with 90% accuracy. The ring can measure body
temperature, respiratory functions and heart rate. pic.twitter.com/pYYIqOLDbZ
— NBA Central (@TheNBACentral) June 18, 2020
According to the NBA’s new health and safety memo for the restart of the season, players will be receiving several different pieces of tech and safety equipment to utilize while in the Disney bubble, including a Disney Magic Band to be worn at all times and used to get through checkpoints and into rooms, social distancing alarms that will go off if players are too close to each other for too long, and these “smart” rings that they will have the choice to wear or not.
Yes. Smart rings.
The rings can reportedly forecast and predict when players begin to experience COVID-related symptoms up to three days in advance. Players will have full access to the data collected on them as well, which will be studied by scientists at the University of Michigan to monitor for symptoms. The NBA regular season is set to restart on July 30.
And, of course, you too can have a Smart Ring.
The rings are also available to purchase on the Oura ring website and look to range in price from $299 to $399 depending on the make and model
Anyway, there’s plenty to learn about the upcoming reboot of basketball at Walt Disney World:
Find Out Where Your Favorite NBA Players Will be Staying at Walt Disney World, What They Will Do for Downtime
And NBA players might also be among the first to see an upcoming Marvel movie:
Keep it here on MickeyBlog for all the latest on the NBA’s return to play at Walt Disney World!