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Neuer BRAVIA Werbespot von Sony - der offizielle BRAVIA Werbespot zur Motionflow 200Hz-Technologie mit Kaká Besuchen Sie die Seite *******www.motionflow.eu, um weitere Videos zu Kaká und Motionflow 200Hz anzusehen.
19 Apr 2009
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Nuevo anuncio de BRAVIA de Sony: anuncio oficial de BRAVIA protagonizado por Kaká, que muestra la tecnología Motionflow 200Hz. Visita *******www.motionflow.eu para ver más vídeos de Kaká y Motionflow 200Hz.
17 Apr 2009
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Nuovo spot Sony BRAVIA - Lo spot ufficiale BRAVIA con la partecipazione di Kaká e una dimostrazione della tecnologia Motionflow 200Hz. Visita il sito*******www.motionflow.eu per guardare altri video con Kaká e Motionflow 200Hz.
19 Apr 2009
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Nuovo spot Sony BRAVIA - Lo spot ufficiale BRAVIA con la partecipazione di Kaká e una dimostrazione della tecnologia Motionflow 200Hz. Visita il sito*******www.motionflow.eu per guardare altri video con Kaká e Motionflow 200Hz.
22 Apr 2009
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Nouvelle pub BRAVIA de Sony : publicité officielle sur Kaká illustrant la technologie Motionflow 200Hz. Pour regarder d'autres vidéos sur Kaká et Motionflow 200Hz, visitez le site *******www.motionflow.eu/fr.
18 Apr 2009
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New BRAVIA ad - *******www.motionflow.eu - See the exclusive on location filming of the BRAVIA Motionflow 200Hz commercial in Venaria, Italy
6 Apr 2009
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New BRAVIA ad - *******www.motionflow.eu - see the new BRAVIA ad from Sony featuring Kaká, with music by Kasabian and their new track Underdog. Sony BRAVIA Motionflow 200Hz Kasabian Underdog Kaká BRAVIA Advert Sony BRAVIA TV Ad Verne Yeung Venaria Turin Fallon Song Music
1 Dec 2009
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A video demonstration of the Sony BRAVIA Z4500, the world’s first TV to showcase Motionflow 200hz technology, which calculates three additional frames for every original. This allows smooth motion clarity, especially useful when watching sports.
28 Aug 2008
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Nouvelle pub BRAVIA de Sony : assistez à la préparation de la pub BRAVIA avec Kaká et assistez à une extraordinaire démonstration sur la technologie Motionflow 200Hz.
17 Apr 2009
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New BRAVIA ad - *******www.motionflow.eu - see how the idea of the largest zoetrope in the world became a reality as the centrepiece for Sony's new marketing campaign.
7 Apr 2009
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The latest Sony BRAVIA televisions have introduced a new technology called Motionflow. This technology improves the viewing experience by increasing the number of frames shown per second. Standard televisions show on average 50 clips per second hence they are commonly known as 50Hz televisions. The images appear quite slow to the human eye and produce a juddery image. With Motionflow technology, the picture is enhanced, by examining the image as it appears on the screen and then creating and inserting additional clips to ensure a smoother transition between frames. Sony have recently introduced the world’s first Motionflow 200Hz television, the BRAVIA Z4500 which has three transitional images and shows 200 clips per second. This video demonstrates the differences between the picture quality of a regular television with that of a television with Motionflow technology. The most effective way to simulate and explain this difference is in the form of a flick book. The first flick book demonstrates how a normal television displays images. It shows a jerky scene, which is hard to follow, as the sequence jumps and omits some frames. The second flick book displays the same video but how it would appear with Motionflow technology. The picture is much smoother with no frames missing, providing a higher quality of viewing experience. The two flick books are then compared and it is clear to see the differences and enhancements that Motionflow offers. The video displays the freestyle soccer tricks of Dan Magness. Dan is one of the world’s top football freestylers, holding a number of records for his football skills. Dan is planning to break three more Guinness World Records as part of a forthcoming advertising campaign. ********www.sonystyle******/SonyStyle/b2c/start/(xcm=PCM_b2ccrmstandard)/.do
4 Nov 2008
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The latest Sony BRAVIA televisions have introduced a new technology called Motionflow. This technology improves the viewing experience by increasing the number of frames shown per second. Standard televisions show on average 50 clips per second hence they are commonly known as 50Hz televisions. The images appear quite slow to the human eye and produce a juddery image. With Motionflow technology, the picture is enhanced, by examining the image as it appears on the screen and then creating and inserting additional clips to ensure a smoother transition between frames. Sony have recently introduced the world’s first Motionflow 200Hz television, the BRAVIA Z4500 which has three transitional images and shows 200 clips per second. This video demonstrates the differences between the picture quality of a regular television with that of a television with Motionflow technology. The most effective way to simulate and explain this difference is in the form of a flick book. The first flick book demonstrates how a normal television displays images. It shows a jerky scene, which is hard to follow, as the sequence jumps and omits some frames. The second flick book displays the same video but how it would appear with Motionflow technology. The picture is much smoother with no frames missing, providing a higher quality of viewing experience. The two flick books are then compared and it is clear to see the differences and enhancements that Motionflow offers. The video displays the freestyle soccer tricks of Dan Magness. Dan is one of the world’s top football freestylers, holding a number of records for his football skills. Dan is planning to break three more Guinness World Records as part of a forthcoming advertising campaign. ********www.sonystyle******
26 Dec 2009
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The latest Sony BRAVIA televisions have introduced a new technology called Motionflow. This technology improves the viewing experience by increasing the number of frames shown per second. Standard televisions show on average 50 clips per second hence they are commonly known as 50Hz televisions. The images appear quite slow to the human eye and produce a juddery image. With Motionflow technology, the picture is enhanced, by examining the image as it appears on the screen and then creating and inserting additional clips to ensure a smoother transition between frames. Sony have recently introduced the world’s first Motionflow 200Hz television, the BRAVIA Z4500 which has three transitional images and shows 200 clips per second. This video demonstrates the differences between the picture quality of a regular television with that of a television with Motionflow technology. The most effective way to simulate and explain this difference is in the form of a flick book. The first flick book demonstrates how a normal television displays images. It shows a jerky scene, which is hard to follow, as the sequence jumps and omits some frames. The second flick book displays the same video but how it would appear with Motionflow technology. The picture is much smoother with no frames missing, providing a higher quality of viewing experience. The two flick books are then compared and it is clear to see the differences and enhancements that Motionflow offers. The video displays the freestyle soccer tricks of Dan Magness. Dan is one of the world’s top football freestylers, holding a number of records for his football skills. Dan is planning to break three more Guinness World Records as part of a forthcoming advertising campaign. ********www.sonystyle******/SonyStyle/b2c/start/(xcm=PCM_b2ccrmstandard)/.do
29 Nov 2008
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The latest Sony BRAVIA televisions have introduced a new technology called Motionflow. This technology improves the viewing experience by increasing the number of frames shown per second. Standard televisions show on average 50 clips per second hence they are commonly known as 50Hz televisions. The images appear quite slow to the human eye and produce a juddery image. With Motionflow technology, the picture is enhanced, by examining the image as it appears on the screen and then creating and inserting additional clips to ensure a smoother transition between frames. Sony have recently introduced the worlds first Motionflow 200Hz television, the BRAVIA Z4500 which has three transitional images and shows 200 clips per second. This video demonstrates the differences between the picture quality of a regular television with that of a television with Motionflow technology. The most effective way to simulate and explain this difference is in the form of a flick book. The first flick book demonstrates how a normal television displays images. It shows a jerky scene, which is hard to follow, as the sequence jumps and omits some frames. The second flick book displays the same video but how it would appear with Motionflow technology. The picture is much smoother with no frames missing, providing a higher quality of viewing experience. The two flick books are then compared and it is clear to see the differences and enhancements that Motionflow offers. The video displays the freestyle soccer tricks of Dan Magness. Dan is one of the worlds top football freestylers, holding a number of records for his football skills. Dan is planning to break three more Guinness World Records as part of a forthcoming advertising campaign.
19 Apr 2009
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Sony invited renowned football freestyler Dan Magness to the unveiling of the star of their latest advertising campaign, the BRAVIA-drome. As well as setting three Guinness World Records ™, Dan warmed up with an awesome display of flicks and tricks, which you can see for the first time right here. Dan smashed all three records he attempted at the event. He performed 188 Football Rolls Across The Forehead, a record which had previously stood at 56, and spent three minutes and ten seconds Controlling A Football On The Back (breaking his own previous best of two and a half minutes). He also set a brand new record for Most Consecutive Football Touches With The Shoulders, bouncing the ball 251 times without breaking a sweat. You can watch the video of Dan smashing these records elsewhere on our channel. I felt like I could just keep going and going, said Magness, the crowd were great and I wanted to put on a show for them that theyd remember for a long time. The BRAVIA-drome was a hard act to follow, but I really went all out and I am just glad Sony gave me the chance to be part of the whole event. The BRAVIA-drome was designed to demonstrate the technology behind Sonys Motionflow 200Hz functionality, which eliminates all jerkiness and smoothes the images on screen as they happen. The football theme was chosen as watching a match is one of the best ways to fully appreciate Motionflow, allowing viewers to watch the flight of the ball as it crashes into the back of the net. Check out our other videos to see Dan replicating Kaka's moves from the drome, plus a whole host of other Kaka and Sony related content.
5 Jun 2009
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Neuer BRAVIA Werbespot von Sony - Sehen Sie das Set-Up des neuen BRAVIA Werbespots mit Kaká, und erleben Sie die beeindruckende Motionflow 200Hz-Technologie in Aktion.
17 Apr 2009
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