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Olympics Broadcasting Technology

The Tokyo 2020 Olympics officially concluded last week. While the focus was on the athletes and their performance in their respective games, we at Cervoz took notice of the different technology broadcasting networks rolled out for the unprecedented no-spectator Olympics. 

This year, the Olympic Broadcasting Services introduced new replay, imaging and 360 view systems. These, coupled with the VR apps that a few major networks offered, made for a truly immersive viewing experience that made audiences feel as though they were right there at the games in Tokyo.



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