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I'm not sure what to think about this design. It's almost too artsy for my taste. I don't hate it, but I can't say I love it either. I'll save my opinion until after I see a few day games.
If the shadows make it difficult to watch like it was when we played at Indianapolis last September then I'm not going to like it very much. I got a headache watching that game. I bet it'll look pretty sweet at night though, inside and out. I wonder what the glass roof will look like with a foot of snow covering it haha.
Overall I'm not going to complain too much because it's better to put up with some annoying shadows than to watch them play in LA haha.
Vikings stadium: Doors, shadows and more
Vikings stadium: Doors, shadows and more - NFC North Blog - ESPN
hmmmm. Sounds like we will be losing one of my favorite home field advantages. :(Quote:
Noise: How will the clear ethylene tetrafluoroethylene (ETFE) roof perform acoustically? Will it amplify crowd noise? Absorb it? And how will it impact the public address system, a big complaint of fans in the Metrodome? According to Trubey, the roof surface is "a moderate kind of acoustic material" and is "not very reflective." It's possible we won't know the crowd noise answer until the stadium opens.