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Interview of David Bourgeois, CTO of I-MOVIX, at the NAB 2013 Show.
Ultra slow-motion is an important resource in the production toolkit for premium sports coverage. The ability to show the detail of motion at very high frame rates (several hundred fps or more) is a valuable asset to broadcasters wishing to add higher production values to their coverage. It is also potentially very useful to sports adjudicators, who can use instantly available ultra slow motion to provide assistance to referees and umpires in difficult decisions that affect the sporting action.
I-Movix has been working on high speed imaging devices, but after hearing customer and end user feedback, they've been working to add another flexibility feature for those high speed cameras so that people can work continuously with an all time recording device.
It took a long time for I-Movix to develop their high speed camera, as they came across big hurdles by working with huge bit rates, and it took many years with heavy research and development before they had a real product out of it, and were able to work with the cameras for real standard broadcasts.