Thursday, July 29

Juegos Olímpicos de Tokio

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Tokyo reaches a record number of infections in the middle of the Olympic Games. | Digital Trends Spanish

Tokyo authorities announced this Tuesday, July 27, that the city registered 2,848 new cases of COVID-19, which is a record because it is the highest number recorded since the start of the pandemic. This number occurs just when the city hosts the Olympic Games and surpasses the previous record, registered on January 7 when infections reached 2,520. It also comes amid the fourth state of emergency, which will run in Japan's capital until August 22. “We are concerned because the number of people in serious condition is increasing. Those over 65 infected are 2 percent of the positive. The important thing is that young people get vaccinated as soon as possible, ”said the governor of Tokyo, Yuriko Koike. Getty Images.In Japan, only 25.5 percent of the population has received the two doses ...
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This basketball robot scored and surprised us at Tokyo 2020 | Digital Trends Spanish

The basketball game between France and the USA of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics had a star guest who surprised everyone present. A mysterious sci-fi movie-looking robot stormed onto the pitch during halftime and showed off its skills. The humanoid made free throws, triples and from the middle of the field with millimeter precision. Robots are taking free throws at the #TokyoOlympics. Automatic. pic.twitter.com/AUoc6zSj4N & mdash; #TokyoOlympics (@NBCOlympics) July 25, 2021 As you can see in the video shared by the official Twitter account of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, the robot, although accurate in basket shots, is quite slow in its execution and when moving around the court. The robot also moves around the court without any visible help and collects the balls that are fired from the...
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Dried blood could help detect doping in Tokyo 2020 | Digital Trends Spanish

The University of Copenhagen developed a method that, using drops of blood, can easily and effectively detect whether an athlete has used performance-enhancing drugs. This method has already been approved by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) and could be tested at the Tokyo Olympics. "The method involves pricking an athlete's finger or upper arm with a needle and quickly collecting a few drops of blood on a piece of filter paper," explains Sara Amalie Solheim, current Scientific Advisor to Anti-Doping Denmark. “The dried blood drops are then analyzed in a laboratory for doping substances. The method is smart because it is faster, less painful and less intimidating than traditional blood and urine tests. " Getty Images.In a study published in Drug Testing and Analysis, Solheim shows t...
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Tokyo 2020 hits with air show of 1824 drones | Digital Trends Spanish

Although the current Tokyo Olympics are marked by the pandemic, many were looking forward to the opening ceremony, especially because of Japan's reputation in the field of technology. And the organizers did not disappoint. One of the highest points of the ceremony was the appearance of all the delegations that are part of the competition, which coincided with the appearance of 1824 drones that lined up in the air to perform different forms. In perfect synchrony, these devices formed our planet and different striking figures, including the Olympic rings. Here the idea is to understand that the concept for this appointment is that the world is united by Tokyo 2020. SIMPLY BEAUTIFUL! ❤️🥰🇯🇵 With a circle formed by drones in the air, the #Opening ceremony in # Tokyo2020 gives us a wonder...
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Videogames “musicalize” the opening of Tokyo 2020 | Digital Trends Spanish

The Tokyo Olympics have already formally started. Despite criticism and uncertainty due to the pandemic, this Friday, July 23, the event had its opening day. Of course, the event brought together several characteristic elements of the popular culture of Japan, and among them video games stood out, particularly the soundtracks of some of the most representative titles of this nation. Thus, those who followed the transmission of the ceremony live, noticed how the music of important titles accompanied the passage of the delegations on the stage set up for the occasion. Getty Images.For example, when Greece passed by, which was the first to appear, the soundtrack of Dragon Quest was heard in the background. It was not the only one, since the music of Final Fantasy, Chromo Trigger, Sonic, ...
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Tokyo 2020: the best apps to follow the Olympic Games | Digital Trends Spanish

DT en Español could receive a commission if you buy a product from the site Between July 23 and August 8, the Olympic Games will take place, the most emblematic sporting event in the world. Although it will be possible to follow the competitions live through television channels or broadcast platforms, streaming, you can also stay informed from anywhere with the best applications to follow the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. You will be interested in: Olympics: Tokyo 2020 It is the official application of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games and it is surely the most complete to follow all the details of the event. Developed and operated jointly by the International Olympic Committee and the Tokyo 2020 Organizing Committee, the app allows you to monitor and receive notific...
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Tokyo on alert for first infections in the Olympic Village | Digital Trends Spanish

The pandemic has been a constant concern since the Tokyo Olympics were confirmed this year. Many even called for the competition, originally scheduled for 2020, to be suspended due to the high number of infected in the Japanese capital. In fact, the city is under its fourth state of health emergency that will culminate precisely one day before the Olympics begin, on July 22. This concern has become more latent in recent days, when the event did not even start, as a result of the first cases of athletes infected in the Olympic Village. Thus, on Sunday, July 18, the Organizing Committee confirmed the first two athletes infected by COVID-19. So far, their names or nationality have not been revealed, although it is known that they were staying at the Olympic Village, a place that will hos...
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These are the robots that will make the public at the Olympics. | Digital Trends Spanish

The Government of Japan has had to adopt new restrictive measures as a result of the increase in the number of people infected by coronavirus. These measures will have a direct impact on the next Tokyo Olympics. The most important thing is the absence of public in the different venues where the competition will take place. For this reason, the organizers have had to resort to technology so that athletes do not feel so alone in the stadiums, and they have presented the robots that will replace the public at the event. It is about Pepper and Spot, which should offer a warmer and more friendly reception than that offered at other sporting events, where images or screens have replaced the public. In fact, this type of prototype has already been successfully tested in some baseball games in...
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Goku and Vegeta will “tell” the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games | Digital Trends Spanish

TV Azteca announced its plans to cover the Tokyo Olympics, which include Goku and Vegeta as the main novelty, who will be "narrators" of the next sports competition. Of course, these are Mario Castañeda and René García, the official voices of Goku and Vegeta for the Latin American dubbing of Dragon ball, in a kind of bar that will bear the name of The Z Games. The station explained that in this space, "the most powerful warriors in the universe" will recapitulate the day of the games. This does not mean that the animated characters can be seen on the screen, in fact, the same television company explained that for that to happen, they would have to buy permission from Toei Animation and Akira Toriyama to be able to use both characters in their broadcasts. 🤩Start our way to Tokyo 2020, ...