Welcome to Basketball Roulette!
The aim of the game is to guess the location of the basketball while watching a computer animation of a match. In the animation, the red and green circles indicate the opposing teams and the blue circles show the position of the referees. The red players score in the green basket and the greens in the red basket.
The movements of the players and the referees correspond to a real basketball match. To help you guess the location of the basketball, we offer you a few hints, which are drawn as yellow circles, and which indicate a possible ball location. If you see more than one yellow circle moving between the players, it means that the ball may be in one of several different locations. Be careful! Some or even all of the hints may be wrong.
Here are your results! It's harder than you thought, isn't it ? ; )
Our laboratory has developed an algorithm that can play the same game. By playing on the same bets, it scored points. We encourage you to visit our website to find out more about our research!
This game was designed by Vitaly Ablavsky, Xinchao Wang, Horesh Ben Shitrit and Pascal Fua.
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