49ers vs Seahawks featured in futuristic new Microsoft video

Feb 4, 2016 at 8:02 PM--


The San Francisco 49ers and Seattle Seahawks are featured in a newly released Microsoft video called "Imagining the future for NFL fans." The video, which takes a look at what a futuristic and more interactive NFL viewing experience might look like, was unveiled at a Super Bowl 50 panel discussion.

The following is a description from Microsoft.

What if game day was no longer confined to your television screen, but covered your room and took over your coffee table? Today, we shared a glimpse of that future in a brand new concept video unveiled at the Super Bowl 50 panel discussion, "The Future of Football: How Technology Could Shape the Next 50 Years of the Game."

The features displayed in the video are pretty cool, but first, the NFL and Microsoft may want to focus on getting their tablets to work in AFC Championship games.

Here is the video:






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