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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 enhancing the broadcast of a live event. Fox Sports Productions, Burt Magen, Vierra Magen Marcus Harmon & DeNiro, October 4, 2001: US20010026319-A1

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: A method and apparatus for enhancing the broadcast of a live event. Fox Sports Production, Vierra Magen Marcus & Deniro, April 19, 2007: US20070085908-A1

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, Gepner Jerry Neil, Goren Edward Gerald, Hill David Blyth: A method and apparatus for enhancing the broadcast of a live event. Fox Sports Productions, FLIESLER Martin C, April 30, 1998: WO/1998/018261

Pan, tilt and zoom sensors (150) are coupled to a broadcast camera (140) 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 loca ...