04.09.2007 10:56 AM
The Sports Video Group Will Demonstrate 3D HD Technology At The 2007 NAB Sports Technology Forum
The Sports Video Group will demonstrate 3D HD Technology at the 2007 NAB Sports Technology Forum. In February, the NBA teamed up with digital 3D leader PACE to deliver 3D HD coverage of the NBA All-Star game—the first-ever live sports event in 3D HD.

The NBA utilized five of PACE’s specially designed Sports Fusion 3D HD camera systems to capture action at the game. The demo at NAB will include footage from the event. It will be held on Monday, April 16th at 4:30 p.m. in Room N249 of the Las Vegas Convention Center.

The demo is open only to registered attendees of the Sports Video Group 2007 NAB Sports Technology Forum. For more information visit www.nabshow.com/sports.


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