1st & Ten is a computer system that generates and displays one version of the
yellow first down line that a TV viewer sees during a live broadcast of a ... Some
television football broadcasts ch...
Feb 1, 2015 ... ... football viewer ask, “How do they get that yellow first-down line on the ... Long
before the game starts, technicians make a digital 3-D model of ...
www.ask.com/youtube?q=How Do They Make the Yellow Line on Football Games&v=1Oqm6eO6deU
Feb 6, 2016 ... The clever engineering behind the virtual first-down line. ... This is in stark
juxtaposition to my own values, where I would treat a lady as the fair maiden and
... and /r/gaming (I have received Reddit gold for 2 comments I made).
When a football game is on television, how do the broadcast stations
superimpose the first-down line across the TV screen without it appearing on the
Jan 9, 2013 ... The science behind the NFL first down line ... the fluorescent yellow line that
seems painted on the field when we watch games. ... So how does it work? ...
object, or network graphic is on top of the line so it doesn't draw over it.
Jan 14, 2008 ... That yellow stripe is not actually on the field, but the 1st and Ten Line has
become a staple of football games on television. [Credit: Sportvision].
Dec 17, 2009 ... The yellow first down line is so ingrained now that NFL junkies may be ...
disappointed when they attend a real football game and remember that it's just ...
The puck would glow blue, which made it somewhat easier to see, and ...
The 1st & Ten® line has become a must-have element of every football telecast ...
over the field of play, so all replays can have the iconic Yellow line displayed.
Oct 18, 2011 ... Putting that yellow line across your television screen to mark a first down or a
blue ... Because the lines are computer generated, making a 3-D map of the ...
Thus, games played on foot were called “football”, whether they had ...
Sep 25, 2013 ... The now-ubiquitous yellow first-down line debuted 15 years ago this week. ... The
huge step forward was being able to do this in a live broadcast. ... The NFL
deserves a lot of credit too, because they also immediately saw the ... We had to
roll out an entire truck to make it work for games in the early days.