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Tiger Stadium needs 3-D replay screens



Tiger Stadium should install 3-D replay screens so that people in the stadium won't be limited to watching the action on the ordinary 2-D screens in the end zones. I've heard so much criticism that the smallish 2-D screens on the score boards don't allow people in the stadium to get a realistic 3-D experience while watching the game. What do you think?






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Adam4LSU
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re: Tiger Stadium needs 3-D replay screens


easy brah, we just got 3d seats.





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Tiger Stadium needs 3-d tackling





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LSUTIGERS8181
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I think you should jump from a cliff





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Cap Crunch
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That's a lot of pairs of 3-D glasses





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liquid rabbit
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All you gotta do is wear these and you're set.







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sec13rowBBseat28
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I would be happy with any replay other than the field level camera angle.





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byubengalboy
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re: Tiger Stadium needs 3-D replay screens


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I've heard so much criticism that the smallish 2-D screens on the score boards don't allow people in the stadium to get a realistic 3-D experience while watching the game. What do you think?


I think you're a sales rep for a 3-D stadium replay screen company trying to create a goundswell of need.

nice try.

get better in all dimensions.






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Hugo Stiglitz
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Brbengal
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re: Tiger Stadium needs 3-D replay screens


I'd settle for full-screen, 2D replays w/o 1/3 of the screen being taken up by advertisements.





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Ash Williams
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I've heard so much criticism that the smallish 2-D screens on the score boards don't allow people in the stadium to get a realistic 3-D experience while watching the game



wouldnt watching the players on the field give them a realistic 3D experience

are you james cameron? what are you trying to do here mr cameron?






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Sev09
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re: Tiger Stadium needs 3-D replay screens


Troll?

If not, are you talking about 3d with glasses? Or a parallax barrier type screen (a la Nintendo 3DS and HTC Evo 3D). Either idea is pretty bad. Obviously, the glasses 3d is garbage and no one would want to wear that at games, and parallax barriers have such a small sweet spot for it to work right, it barely works in a medium-sized family room, let alone a 92,500 capacity football stadium.






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junkfunky
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are you talking about 3d with glasses? Or a parallax barrier type screen


I would hope neither. Within the next 2.5 years we should be able to produce a 3D projected hologram image that has 2ppi. Oh, and hover boards.






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Big Lake
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We are there and seeing it with our own eyes you can't get more realistic 3-d than that.





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Doink
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I agree. Money well spent.





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lsu2006
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re: Tiger Stadium needs 3-D replay screens


Um... do you mean HD?





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TBoy
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It was a joke inspired by the 3-D seats. Watching live is 3-D.





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LSUsCRYSTALball
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the smallish 2-D screens on the score boards don't allow people in the stadium to get a realistic 3-D experience while watching the game


if you are there in person, that is about as 3-D as it gets. just look down onto the field!






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BRAVEHEART
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I'd settle for full-screen, 2D replays w/o 1/3 of the screen being taken up by advertisements.
Joe Alleva just ordered a hit on you.

LSU does go way overboard with the advertising on all of the scoreboards. There should be a place for advertising in the various LSU venues, but the wretched excess ad mess on the LSU scoreboards is tacky and out of place. LSU is much worse in this regards than any other school in the SEC.

I personally don't buy any product or patronize any business that junks up the LSU scoreboards with the huge oversized permanent ads. I DON'T have a problem with ads that scroll on and off during the breaks in games, but when the action is going on, I only want to see LSU, Tigers, Purple and Gold or Louisiana State University with a full freaking video screen replay.

Save ALL the damn ads for the timeouts and halftime breaks, of course there has to be full electronic advertising in place (No permanent ads) for this to happen.






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