Video: DRS implemented in real life
The Decision Review System (DRS) has been a remarkable innovation in cricket. Not only has the technology made decision-making more transparent but it has also generated more interest for viewers as well.
Will they or won't they go for the review, is the suspense every time we have a key moment in the game. There are always nervous moments when decisions are taken to the third umpire and this add manifolds to the unscripted drama in the game. DRS, though, has invited its fair share of controversy as well and India have decided to opt out of DRS unless ICC makes it an absolute requirement.
But can there be use of DRS beyond the cricketing world? Can technology become so necessary that it can be applied to real life scenarios? What if you are stuck in a catch 22 situation and a need to look again at the factors involved to make an informed decision?
Can we be given a second chance to correct mistakes we made the first time around? As they say, sports models real life situations. Confused? Well don’t be.
Here is a funny video that will be an eye-opener for you as to how DRS can be used in real life situations: