At most sporting events and concerts, people tend to want the best seat available. But where exactly is that seat? You could argue that the best seat is not even at the event itself, but in your home, watching the event on television.

Television viewers have always had an advantage over ticket holders when it comes to watching football games, as well as many other sporting events. Unlike most fans in attendance at the event, fans at home are able to watch spectacular or controversial plays over and over again thanks to instant replay technology. For the most part, the technology behind the instant replay has changed very little since 1964 when it was first debuted.

A new technology called EyeVision promises to revolutionize the way we think of instant replays. If you watched Super Bowl XXXV, you saw EyeVision in action. This unique view of the action featured a camera "flying" around the field during plays. In this edition of HowStuffWorks, we will look at how the EyeVision system works and where you might be seeing it next.