Doug Vining Japan gets it for 2022

Holographic TV Dreams in Japan 2022 World Cup Bid (Network World) … Forget 3D TV, Japan is promoting the idea of ultra-realistic holographic broadcasts and the ability to zoom a virtual camera in behind players on the pitch if it secures the 2022 World Cup. Japan proposes expanding the World Cup to all 208 FIFA member nations through fan-fest events that will feature live, holographic coverage of the games. Fans will gather in stadiums thousands of kilometers from the action and watch the games as if they are taking place in front of their eyes.
Posted: 15 August 2010 at 18:50

Doug Vining A Sports Newspaper from the Future

Here's a look at the future of football, with the impact of technology, presented as a news story from the future.

Sounds a lot like the MindBullet we published years ago!
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Posted: 11 June 2014 at 20:20

Doug Vining High tech Olympics pics

Six years ago, we wrote about how high-tech interactive media could add value to major sporting events, like the Soccer World Cup. Now Getty Images has plans to make a big impact with the latest in photo technology at this year's Olympics. They're finally catching on!
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Posted: 27 July 2016 at 14:29
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