FIFA said all 64 matches in the tournament would for the first time ever be produced in Ultra High Definition with High Dynamic Range.
The organisation said 37 cameras, of which eight would feature UHD/HDR and 1080p/SDR dual output, and another eight with 1080p/HDR and 1080p/SDR dual output, will cover every match. Further eight Super-slow-motion and two Ultra-motion cameras, a cable-cam and a cineflex heli-cam, will ensure high-class pictures will be available from every angle in each stadium.
The UHD feed will also benefit from its own wider-framed main camera along with the addition of immersive audio.
It is also planned to allow fans to be able to follow the matches through a Virtual Reality feed.
Along with the Olympics, the World Cup has traditionally been a showcase of the latest technologies, something taken advantage of by television manufacturers.