NBC Sports and the Dallas Cowboys announced that they have a new 360-degree “FreeD” look at red-zone plays for viewers watching football on tv and fans at the game in AT&T Stadium formerly known as Dallas Cowboys Stadium. A.k.a. as the DeathStar or the “Redneck Taj Mahal.”
“FreeD” (free dimensional video) will debut during the Sept. 8 Sunday Night Football New York Giants vs. Dallas Cowboys opener. NBC Sports will use the system for the October 5 Notre Dame vs. Arizona State game, and the October 13 Washington Redskins vs Dallas Cowboys SNF game (in addition to any Dallas Cowboys home games flexed into primetime) at Dallas Cowboys Stadium.
Fans in “Jerry’s World” will also see “FreeD” replays on the scoreboard at all home games, as well as on Dallas Cowboys local programming during the season. And yes, the GIANT SCOREBOARD that goes from 20 yard line to 20 yard line.
The “FreeD” system will utilize 24 cameras mounted in the stadium — 12 in each red zone placed on both sides