As the home viewing experience continues to improve for watching NFL and other sports league games, the stadiums teams play in are trying to...

As the home viewing experience continues to improve for watching NFL and other sports league games, the stadiums teams play in are trying to keep up by improving the visual technology that fans see. According to the New York Times, stadiums are installing more high-definition video screens and other visual amenities, and the new Jets and Giants stadium is planning on adding mobile phone apps to improve fan viewing, in the interest of selling more tickets. The phone app will only work in the stadium, and will offer content not available to home viewers. “It’s become an arms race,” Peter Brickman, a former television production executive who is now the chief technology officer for the New Meadowlands Stadium, told the Times about the competition between home viewing and the live version in the stadium.