If a hawk eye representation can be made ready for an instant replay of a lbw, it is clear that it doesn't take much time. Why doesn't the ICC adopt a system where every lbw decision right or wrong is rechecked by the 3rd umpire?
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How are UDRS or all these technologies designed to work in the Indian conditions ? Can someone explain ?
No, it was proof that Chimpy is a bad loser who couldn't interpret a clear replay.
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The bounce and turn on Indian pitches is different. How do I know if the LBW decisions given by Hawk-eye are correct. What is the technology, its body of work, proof of concept etc ? Have they implemented it in domestic cricket ?
Do they have data to back it up ? If it is that easy, I am sure it easy to produce the data.And HawkEye doesn't need to be adjusted for different conditions. I'm pretty sure it just tracks how the ball is bouncing and maps out it's future path, just as our eyes do. Except much better (hence the name).
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