Developer AEG wants everyone to stay pumped for its proposed Farmers Field NFL stadium project Downtown (which also includes a new Convention Center hall and a redeveloped Gilbert Lindsay Plaza green space)--today it released a fly-through video of the project, intercut with lots of cheering people, footballs, and smoking meats, and soundtracked with some inspiring-ish pop music. Or as a press release describes it, it "visually showcase[s] the look and feel of a fully-completed L.A. LIVE Sports and Entertainment District (including the Convention Center's public spaces) during conventions, community events, football games and major events." The fly-through was created by stadium architect Gensler, Convention Center hall architect Populous, Gilbert Lindsay designer Melendrez, and parking structure architects HNA Pacific (along with a handful of rendering firms: Focus 360, Arnold Imaging, V Studios). The video debuted at the Stadia Design & Technology EXPO 2012 conference going on at the Convention Center right now, so there's all kinds of synergy there. Meanwhile, the whole stadium and Convention Center project is in the middle of a public comment period on its draft environmental impact report, ending May 21.