NHK Tokyo will have its first Super Hi-vision 8K resolution television broadcast of the RIO 2016 Olympics.
1 – 5 Aug. 2016 Tokyo 8K Theater of Super Hi – Vision Test Broadcasting (admission free)
6 – 14 Aug. 2016 Osaka 8K Theater of RIO 2016 OLYMPIC GAMES (pre-registration or admission free)
6 – 22 Aug. 2016 Tokyo 8K Theater of RIO 2016 OLYMPIC GAMES (pre-registration or admission free)
No Super Hi-vision TVs are on sale yet but there will be viewing areas setup.
Japan’s national broadcaster NHK has started daily broadcasts in 8K, a resolution which is four times higher than Ultra HD and contains 16 times as many pixels as Full HD. Called “Super Hi-Vision”, the broadcasts have a resolution of 7680 x 4320, compared to regular HD which is just 1920 x 1080.
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