Recent Posts tagged with Vision Research

Fox Gears Up for Daytona 500

Fans will have seen the iconic Daytona 500 race 57 times before they see the 58th on Sunday Feb. 21, but this will be the first time they’ll see it in what NASCAR hopes will become the template for its race venues. At the same time, Fox Sports has prepared an unprecedented accumulation of content […]  More

Fox Sports Is Ready for First Pitch at World Series

Fox Sports throws out the first pitch on its World Series coverage tonight in Kansas City, and, not surprisingly, the network has once again emptied its war chest when it comes to production technology. During its ALDS and ALCS coverage over the past three weeks, Fox deployed a host of high-tech production elements that will […]  More

Artistic and Educational "Street" View

Are you in or around Washington, D.C.?  Will you be there anytime soon? If it’s before June 2, get yourself to the West Building of the National Galley of Art for a peek at James Nares’s Street. It’s on the ground floor, on the west side, right next to the Kaufman furniture galleries. Nares used a […]  More

Root Sports’ Four Pillars of MLB Coverage: Ultra-Mos, RF Cams, Pop Music, and Live Studios

DIRECTV’s Root Sports RSNs enter their fourth season of MLB coverage this week with a focus on four primary production elements: ultra-slow-motion cameras, wireless RF cameras, the use of popular music within telecasts, and live studio desks at the ballparks. With these tools in use by all three of its MLB-rights–holding RSNs — Colorado (Rockies), […]  More

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