Melville-based Chyron Corp. supplied on-air graphics systems for Canada's first 3-D hockey broadcast last weekend.
Two of Chyron's HyperX3 systems were used during the match between the Montreal Canadiens and the Toronto Maple Leafs in the Dec. 11 event, carried by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.
For the game at the Air Canada Centre, in Toronto, "the Chyron systems allowed for use of a dynamic 3-D score bug and other graphics with 3-D objects and animation in this landmark broadcast," the company said.
In the photo above left, Toronto Maple Leafs forward Chris Versteeg, right, battles for the
puck against Montreal Canadiens forward Lars Eller, left, during first-period Saturday.
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