Japan pitches mind-blowing high-tech 3D World Cup
ZURICH — Japan promised a high tech marvel in its final pitch to host the 2022 World Cup on Wednesday by paving 400 stadiums around the world with 3D flat screens to show life size matches thousands of miles away.
“I have to admit that the idea of this blows my mind away,” admitted Japan 2022 bid committee chief executive Kohzo Tashima.
“Three hundred and sixty million people could have a full stadium experience of matches; that’s over 100 times the number of spectators at the 1994 World Cup in the United States,” he told FIFA’s executive committee.
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