TEAC - The History of Recording and Sound (Part 6)
TEAC History - Slow motion VTR
This year Rio de Janeiro will host the first summer Olympic Games ever to be held in South America.
Japan also had a world first with the Tokyo Games in 1964, the first Olympic Games to be held in Asia, and TEAC Corporation was at the helm of those legendary games with technological innovations that still resonate today.
The Tokyo Olympics pushed television sports viewing to new heights with all-new slow-motion VTR, overseas satellite feed, color broadcasts and live broadcast of the full marathon course. They called it the Television Olympics. Today's vibrant sporting coverage would be incomplete without slo mo shots, and we owe all this to NHK's broadcast technology department and TEAC corporation, who jointly developed this groundbreaking new technology.
The technology first used over 50 years ago is still bringing the joy of sport into people's homes today.
We look forward to seeing what the athletes have to offer at this year's Games!
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