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Super Hi Vision - Impact in Key Applications (Technical Insights) : Finite details with crystal clear images
Super Hi-Vision, is a digital video format referred to as ultra-high definition (UHD) picture quality with impressive 3D sound. This technology is capable of producing more in-depth information and lifelike clarity to the picture. Super Hi-Vision can provide new dimensions to television broadcasting and commercial electronics, camera lenses, medical science, space science, defense.
This technology also leads to new products such as displays, sound systems, lenses, cameras which can be used across different industries. Super Hi-Vision also brings in new video and audio codec formats. With the capability to impact key applications in many industries, particularly broadcasting and commercial electronics, this technology is the future of high-resolution display technology.
Major electronics companies are competing with each other to implement this technology and applications are constantly explored. This research service offers insights on Super Hi-Vision technology and its impact on key applications across industries. The research study broadly covers aspects such as:Technology Landscape, Emerging Global Trends, Impact of Key Applications and Technology Convergence Scenarios.
YEAR OF IMPACT
-Super Hi Vision is currently been used by doctors to film operations in K format.
-Japan-based broadcasting company NHK has planned to implement K video service from 2016 onwards.
- NHK has also planned to launch K TV by 2020.
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