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Photo 1: An Intel True View camera installed at the United Center, home of the 6-times NBA champion Chicago Bulls, captures the volumetric video data used to create immersive, 360-degree replays and player perspectives. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

Photo 2: Dozens of Intel True View cameras are installed in a ring around Raymond James Stadium, home of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, to capture volumetric video of plays. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

Photo 3: Each Intel True View camera is connected to high-performance Intel-based servers, where the data is stored and processed. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

Photo 4: With Intel True View, the production team can fly a virtual camera anywhere around, above or even inside the action — delivering exciting never-before seen views of the game. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

Photo 5: The Intel True View production team uses Intel computing power to render massive amounts of volumetric video data captured by the cameras throughout an event space. It becomes 3D highlights, Be the Player, 360-degree replays and laser wall. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

Photo 6: Fans can immerse themselves in Intel True View and gain a new perspective on the sports they love from their device of choice. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

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