Those of you watching Super Bowl 50 yesterday undoubtedly take that virtual yellow 1st & 10 line for granted, as it's been there since the late '90s. But some of you have undoubtedly wondered: How do they lay that into the picture while masking out the players in real time? As it turns out, it took a fair bit of cleverness to pull it off:
The company they refer to in the video, by the way, is Sportvision.
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And the company that does the First Down Line for CBS isn't Sportvision.... lol Its SportsMedia SMT
its the line of scrimmage not the 1st and 10 line.
Dude, the blue line is the line of scrimmage. (The Red line is the guy who didn't read the entry before commenting. Zing!)
wonderign how it works since 90s :D thank you core77