Eagles fans attending the open practice Monday at Lincoln Financial Field (12:15 p.m.) get a taste of audiovisual boards team president Don Smolenski compares to 3D.
"We’ll have some
things running but it’s going to be pretty dialed back," Smolenski said. "You’ll still be able to
see how bright they are and how clear they are. When it all comes
together it almost feels a bit like 3D it’s so clear. The clarity and the
resolution of the boards of the video part. You almost want to just reach out
and just touch it. It’s just really clear."
Additionally fans get a look at the seating changes.
they feel and see is a more intimate building with the two corners closed in
with the additional seats to help really bring fans in a full circle around the
team," Smolenski said. "And then the audiovisual in particular, the HD video boards and the LED
video boards just sort of add this dynamic component to it that I think will be
able to immerse them and engage them even more into the game once we start
playing on the 21st."
Parking is free Monday and the lots open at 9 a.m.
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