Watching the US Open Golf live is now easier than ever. Fox Sports will be using 5G technology to stream 4K video for broadcast across the United States. This will occur in June at the US Open golf championship in June. When you watch US Open golf live this year, you will be watching some amazing footage.
This new 5G technology is wireless and it will send 4K HDR images from two of the Fox Sports cameras. These will be placed on the seventh hole at Shinnecock Hills Golf Club through a Fox Sports production truck and airing it the fans at home.
As a part of a Featured Holes enhancement, Fox is offering this extra coverage as a part of their special coverage to deliver real-time virtual reality views to spectators at their homes.
Intel and its colleagues have used 5G technology to stream video on a broad scale for the first time at the Winter Olympics in Korea in 2018.
The US Open first introduced 5G technology in 2018 and Ericson was the company that provided 5G radios, baseband, simulated network core, and 4K video encoder and decoder.
UHD gives the fans more pixels and pixels are what makes the pictures better. They increase dark and light levels and add more color to the picture. The color variations look so much better with UHD.
In the near future, we will be watching many sporting events and almost everything in 4K UHD. It will be the wave of the future as far as great technology in television goes. The technology on TV and pictures is going to be something that everyone will demand in the future.
This year, give 4K UHD a shot, find someone or somewhere that is showing the US Open this way. The picture will forever change your mind and you will never want to go back to a normal picture again.