Published on: Tuesday, November 29, 2016
Using nothing but an empty stadium, the scientific method and a lab coat, I investigate the most effective way to cheer for your team.
Special thanks to:
USC for letting me use the Coliseum
Siemens for lending me the nice audio equipment
Drone shots- Chad Schollmeyer www.highfidelitypictures.com https://www.201tube.tv/channel/UCcdX_X7tTNBiYzqkM7x7szw
My cheering fans- Whitney and Ethan Wright and Lincoln Hoppe (http://lincolnhoppe.com/)
Audio equipment support from j.ournal - you should go sub his video poem channel:
0:08- Hurricane (feat Andrew Applepie)- Joakim Karud http://youtube.com/joakimkarud
0:51- Dizzy- Joakim Karud http://youtube.com/joakimkarudhttp://www.andrewapplepie.com/
6:25- Special song written just fo my bad self- Lincoln Hoppe, http://lincolnhoppe.com/
As a cheering fan in a large stadium I was wondering what the most effective way to make noise was. For example, does clapping even matter? Can you hear a clap from down on the field? So I attended an actual football game to get some baseline loudness measurements and then went back to USC's Coliseum when it was empty and had 3 friends cycle through 11 different cheering styles in 12 different locations. Then I compared and ranked the best ways to cheer to make you a superfan for your next sporting event.
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