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Photo 1: Intel Studios features the world’s largest — 10,000 square feet — volumetric capture dome to enable brands, sports teams and filmmakers to produce live-action scenes for volumetric video, 3D and virtual reality environments. The dome allows for optimal camera and lighting positioning and provides flexibility for capturing content with large horizontal and vertical dimensions. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

Photo 2: Intel Studios features the world’s largest — 10,000 square feet — volumetric capture dome to enable brands, sports teams and filmmakers to produce live-action scenes for volumetric video, 3D and virtual reality environments. The dome allows for optimal camera and lighting positioning and provides flexibility for capturing content with large horizontal and vertical dimensions. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

Photo 3: The machine room at Intel Studios houses Intel-powered servers and is the central compute location for rendering, storage content management and network operations. Intel Studios features 10 petabytes of onsite storage. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

Photo 4: The control rooms at Intel Studios provide a dedicated space for real-time collaboration and editing by the content production team, which hail from a mix of cutting-edge disciplines across film, creative, technology and sports. The space also serves as a post-production suite and is equipped with the latest Intel-powered workstations supporting state-of-the-art editing, post-production and visual effects tools. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

Photo 5: The 10,000-square-foot volumetric capture dome inside Intel Studios allows for optimal camera and lighting positioning and provides flexibility in capturing volumetric video content with large horizontal and vertical dimensions. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

Photo 6: Intel Studios features the world’s largest — 10,000 square feet — volumetric capture dome to enable brands, sports teams and filmmakers to produce live-action scenes for volumetric video, 3D and virtual reality environments. The dome allows for optimal camera and lighting positioning and provides flexibility for capturing content with large horizontal and vertical dimensions. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

Photo 7: Intel Studios features the world’s largest — 10,000 square feet — volumetric capture dome to enable brands, sports teams and filmmakers to produce live-action scenes for volumetric video, 3D and virtual reality environments. The dome allows for optimal camera and lighting positioning and provides flexibility for capturing content with large horizontal and vertical dimensions. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

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