WATCH: Iowa utilizing first robotic quarterback/punting machine
The Iowa Hawkeyes are on the forefront of technological advances when it comes to their practice facilities, and this weekend, they’re showing off their newest toy.
The Hawkeyes are using a technology called “Seeker,” which is the first robotic quarterback, and it can also handle punting and kicking drills, too.
As you can see in the video below, Seeker is an interesting machine that can create perfect punting reps for returners every time:
Not only is the Seeker the world's first robotic quarterback, it's also the world's first robotic punter and kicker. Tired of wasted reps during Special Teams periods? Take the guesswork out of the equation and make each rep count. #NFL #CFB #Football #Sports #Tech #Punt #Kick pic.twitter.com/yK5Meo3wxK
— Monarc (@MonarcSport) July 13, 2018
Here’s Seeker in action as a quarterback:
The Seeker is ready to go to work today; are you? Get more valuable reps than ever before and capitalize on your opportunity to reach your full potential. pic.twitter.com/G4pyTXeW61
— Monarc (@MonarcSport) July 12, 2018
Cool new technology, or harrowing harbinger of our impending doom at the hands of our robot overlords? You decide.
To be fair, that is a wicked spiral Seeker throws.