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Richard H Cavallaro, Jerry N Gepner, James R Gloudemans, Stanley K Honey, William F Squadron, Marvin S White: System for determining the position of an object. Sportvision, Fliesler Dubb Meyer & Lovejoy, October 17, 2000: US06133946 (104 worldwide citation)

A system determines the vertical position of an object and report that vertical position in a format suitable for use on a television broadcast, a radio broadcast, the Internet or another medium. One example of a suitable use for the system includes determining the height that a basketball player ju ...


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James R Gloudemans, Richard H Cavallaro, Jerry N Gepner, Stanley K Honey, Walter Hsiao, Terence J O&apos Brien, Marvin S White: System for enhancing a video presentation of a live event. Sportvision, Vierra Magen Marcus Harmon & DeNiro, July 24, 2001: US06266100 (34 worldwide citation)

A three-dimensional model is created to represent an environment to be captured on video. A camera is fitted with pan, tilt and/or zoom sensors. An operator selects a location in the environment. The three-dimensional model is used to determine the three-dimensional coordinates of the location selec ...


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Stanley K Honey, Richard H Cavallaro, Jerry N Gepner, James R Gloudemans, Marvin S White: Enhancing a video of an event at a remote location using data acquired at the event. Sportvision, Vierra Magen Marcus Harmon & DeNiro, October 15, 2002: US06466275 (29 worldwide citation)

A system is disclosed that can be used to enhance a video of an event. Sensors are used at the event to acquire information. For example, the system can include pan, tilt and zoom sensors to acquire camera view information. This information can be added to the video signal from a camera (e.g. in the ...


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James R Gloudemans, Richard H Cavallaro, Jerry N Gepner, Stanley K Honey, Walter Hsiao, Terence J O&apos Brien, Marvin S White: System for enhancing a video presentation of a live event. Sportvision, Vierra Magen Marcus Harmon & DeNiro, July 22, 2003: US06597406 (27 worldwide citation)

A three-dimensional model is created to represent an environment to be captured on video. A camera is fitted with pan, tilt and/or zoom sensors. An operator selects a location in the environment. The three-dimensional model is used to determine the three-dimensional coordinates of the location selec ...


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James R Gloudemans, Richard H Cavallaro, Jerry N Gepner, Stanley K Honey, Walter Hsiao, Terence J O Brien, Marvin S White: System for enhancing a video presentation of a live event. Sportvision, Burt Magen Esq, Fliesler Dubb Meyer & Lovejoy, June 28, 2001: US20010005218-A1

A three-dimensional model is created to represent an environment to be captured on video. A camera is fitted with pan, tilt and/or zoom sensors. An operator selects a location in the environment. The three-dimensional model is used to determine the three-dimensional coordinates of the location selec ...



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