booth, several robotic camera systems were on display including being used in the U.K. to help that nation’s Olympic swimmers train for the Beijing Olympics. Suspended above the training pool, a robotically controlled camera traverses the track at up to 11.48ft per second to capture the subtleties of a swimmer’s stroke so coaches have a better grasp of how to improve an athlete’s performance.
The company also featured a belt-track robotic camera system being used by Global Television in Canada with an Orad virtual set. Global Television operates the several of the systems installed in a variety of studios across Canada from its Ottawa control center, according to Telemetrics’ Anthony Cuomo.
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