ROCHESTER, Minn. – A southern Minnesota company now known worldwide is gaining even more attention.
This week, those at GoRout in Rochester announced a new piece of technology they are calling Vue-Up. Basically, what it does is put plays right in a football player’s helmet — not only can they see what they need to do, but their hands will be free as well.
And the company is gaining steam across the globe.
“We have teams in the NFL, we have a lot of the top 25 football programs, we have high school teams locally and around the country this year, we had a goal of making 50 teams total and we made that goal very quickly,” CEO Mike Rolih said.
He says they will be shipping out the product next fall but they are always looking at ways to improve the game of football.