Behold, the world’s first LED basketball court. Play the video above to watch it in action. Then play it again, because cool things deserve to be played twice.
Nike built the court in a facility called the House of Mamba in Shanghai to help Kobe Bryant teach young basketball players his moves.
“The court can lay out sets of moves for individual people, create drills based on Bryant’s training programme that are adapted for the court, and respond to mistakes as well as display performance stats,” Dezeen Magazine reported. “It can also show classic court markings, with customised overlays including Nike’s RISE branding. When not in use for training and games, the LED surface can display almost any combination of moving images, graphics and colours.”
Now, go watch that video again. Cool, eh?