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NHK Sees New Angles for TV Sports

October 15, 2013
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A visual effect made famous in the blockbuster movie, "The Matrix", is being developed for TV sports coverage by Japanese broadcasting giant, NHK. Using multiple cameras and computer technology, the network is making time appear to stand still for a new perspective on sports action. Rob Muir reports.

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