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Stanley K Honey, Richard H Cavallaro, David Blyth Hill, Andrew G Setos, Jerry Neil Gepner, Timothy Paul Heidmann, Patrick Wade Olsen, Fred Judson Heinzmann, Alan C Phillips, Harold Guthart, Alan Alexander Burns, Charles Lawrence Rino, Philip Calvin Evans: System for enhancing the television presentation of an object at a sporting event. Fox Sports Productions, Fliesler Dubb Meyer & Lovejoy, June 15, 1999: US05912700 (194 worldwide citation)

A system for enhancing the television presentation of an object at a sporting event includes one or more sensors which are used to determine the location of the object. Based on the location of the object and the field of view of a broadcast camera, a processor determines the position of the object ...


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Stanley K Honey, Richard H Cavallaro, David B Hill, Fred J Heinzmann, Alan C Phillips, Harold Guthart, Alan A Burns, Charles L Rino, Philip C Evans: Electromagnetic transmitting hockey puck. Fox Sports Productions, Fliesler Dubb Meyer & Lovejoy, October 15, 1996: US05564698 (115 worldwide citation)

A hockey puck with an electromagnetic transmitter. The electromagnetic transmitter could include an infrared transmitter, ultraviolet transmitter, radar repeater, RF transmitter or other device for transmitting electromagnetic waves outside of the visible spectrum. The electromagnetic transmitter is ...


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Stanley K Honey, Richard H Cavallaro, Jerry Neil Gepner, Edward Gerald Goren, David Blyth Hill: Method and apparatus for enhancing the broadcast of a live event. Fox Sports Productions, Fliesler Dubb Meyer & Lovejoy, June 29, 1999: US05917553 (81 worldwide citation)

Pan, tilt and zoom sensors are coupled to a broadcast camera in order to determine the field of view of the broadcast camera and to make a rough estimate of a target's location in the broadcast camera's field of view. Pattern recognition techniques can be used to determine the exact location of the ...


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Stanley K Honey, Richard H Cavallaro, Jerry Neil Gepner, Edward Gerald Goren, David Blyth Hill: Method and apparatus for adding a graphic indication of a first down to a live video of a football game. Fox Sports Productions, Fliesler Dubb Meyer & Lovejoy, October 31, 2000: US06141060 (56 worldwide citation)

Pan, tilt and zoom sensors are coupled to a broadcast camera in order to determine the field of view of the broadcast camera and to make a rough estimate of a target's location in the broadcast camera's field of view. Pattern recognition techniques can be used to determine the exact location of the ...


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Stanley K Honey, Richard H Cavallaro, Timothy P Heidmann, Patrick W Olsen, James R Gloudemans: System for re-registering a sensor during a live event. Fox Sports Productions, Fliesler Dubb Meyer & Lovejoy, January 19, 1999: US05862517 (40 worldwide citation)

Although sensors are typically registered before the live event, a sensor's location, orientation and/or field of view can be altered during the event. A system for re-registering a sensor during a live event allows for the determination that a sensor is not properly registered. If such a determinat ...


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Stanley K Honey, Richard H Cavallaro, David Blyth Hill, Andrew G Setos, Jerry Neil Gepner, Timothy Paul Heidmann, Patrick Wade Olsen, Fred Judson Heinzmann, Alan C Phillips, Harold Guthart, Alan Alexander Burns, Charles Lawrence Rino, Philip Calvin Evans: System for enhancing the television presentation of an object at a sporting event. Fox Sports Productions, Fliesler Dubb Meyer & Lovejoy, November 28, 2000: US06154250 (37 worldwide citation)

A system for enhancing the television presentation of an object at a sporting event includes one or more sensors which are used to determine the location of the object. Based on the location of the object and the field of view of a broadcast camera, a processor determines the position of the object ...


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Richard H Cavallaro: System for enhancing a video presentation. Fox Sports Productions, Fliesler Dubb Meyer & Lovejoy, June 26, 2001: US06252632 (28 worldwide citation)

A system for enhancing the television presentation of an object that can highlight the object without obscuring the image of the object. The system receives a first video image, matches a second video image to a portion of the first video image corresponding to the image of the object. Specific pixe ...


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Stanley K Honey, Richard H Cavallaro, Terence J O Brien, Timothy P Heidmann, Patrick W Olsen, James R Gloudemans: System for displaying an object that is not visible to a camera. Fox Sports Productions, Fliesler Dubb Meyer & Lovejoy, September 14, 1999: US05953077 (10 worldwide citation)

A system for enhancing the television presentation of an object that can display the object even if the object is not visible to a camera. The system determines whether the object is visible to the camera broadcasting the event. If the object is not visible to the camera, the video image captured by ...


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Stanley K Honey, Richard H Cavallaro, Jerry Neil Gepner, Edward Gerald Goren, David Blyth Hill: System for enhancing video. Fox Sports Productions, Vierra Magen Marcus & DeNiro, December 26, 2006: US07154540 (8 worldwide citation)

Pan, tilt and zoom sensors are coupled to a broadcast camera in order to determine the field of view of the broadcast camera and to make a rough estimate of a target's location in the broadcast camera's field of view. Pattern recognition techniques can be used to determine the exact location of the ...


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Honey Stanley K, Cavallaro Richard H, Hill David Blyth, Setos Andrew G, Gepner Jerry Neil, Heidmann Thimothy Paul, Olsen Patrick Wade, Heinzmann Fred Judson, Phillips Alan C, Guthart Harold, Burns Alan Alexander, Rino Charles Lawrence, Evans Philip Calvin: A system for enhancing the television presentation of an object at a sporting event. Fox Sports Productions, April 15, 1998: EP0835584-A1 (2 worldwide citation)

A system (200) for enhancing the television presentation of an object at a sporting event includes a sensor (210, 212, 214, 216), which determines the location of the object. Based on the location of the object and the field of view of a broadcast camera (201, 202, 203, 204), a processor (302) deter ...