FOX T.V. May Use Infrared Cameras During This Years ‘Cold’ Big Game
As the first cold weather Super Bowl approaches, FOX T.V. has been experimenting with weather related gadgets. During the NFC Playoff between San Francisco and Seattle they were testing infrared cameras that will show the change in player’s body temperatures throughout the game.
Another gadget is an unspecified device that shows how the wind will affect quarterbacks and kickers during the game. The network is calling this Super Bowl ‘the coldest and boldest Super Bowl ever’ and has spent a lot of time with the NFL going over plans for the game in all weather conditions.
As of now, the weather for the big game will be 35 degrees with a chance of snow showers and little wind.