One week after the end of the Rio 2016 Summer Olympics, Sony and Panasonic have begun to give genuine thought to Tokyo’s upcoming 2020s Olympics – particularly, how the recreations are going to communicate and be viewed by a huge number of individuals around the world. The preferred strategy they’ve landed at? 8K Super Hi-vision. Wait what? The era of 4K just started last year with Sony and Panasonic’s 4K TVs and now they are planning to take it into 8K! That means it will double the pixel size and density, keeping that in mind, Sony and Panasonic have declared an association in conjunction with the biggest Japanese broadcaster, NHK, to deal with the logistics of taking off 8K TVs by 2020.
As a matter of fact, it’s a lengthy, difficult experience ahead, as there’s as of now only one 8K TV available (An 85-inch, $130,000/£100,000 behemoth from Sharp), and no local 8K cable experience. However, NHK has as of now directed a couple of 8K TV model tests all through Tokyo utilizing footage from the Rio Olympics, which is a promising start to the project!
So, when you have been given all the possible outcomes and decorations to the tech world like Tokyo, you deserve to have the best in business. The quality and technology they have are beyond that expected from the customers.