Fans tuning in to Super Bowl LIII can expect a high-tech viewing experience.
CBS announced Wednesday its plans for the Super Bowl broadcast, which will feature "a live, wireless handheld camera showing augmented reality graphics and up-close camera tracking on the field."
The network notes this will give viewers "different perspectives and angles, including never-before-seen field-level views of these graphics."
CBS will also deploy 16 4K cameras, 28 pylon cameras, and multiple 8K cameras offering "dramatic close-ups" of the action from the end zone.
Super Bowl LIII will be held Feb. 3 at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta.