New technology takes center stage in CBS’s Super Bowl presentation, from doinks to SpongeBob

During Sunday’s NFL title game between Kansas City and San Francisco, CBS will be using the doink cam as one of many innovations to enhance the viewing experience for audiences. The network has a total of 165 cameras for the game, including upright cameras and 23 augmented reality cameras that both CBS and Nickelodeon will use.

The Nickelodeon broadcast will feature SpongeBob SquarePants and Patrick Star appearing to call the game with Noah Eagle and Nate Burleson. It will also have cameras throughout the Las Vegas strip, including one at the top of the Stratosphere.

CBS is using various technological innovations to provide a unique viewing experience during the Super Bowl. This will be the 22nd time that CBS has carried the Super Bowl, more than any of the other four broadcast networks.

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