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  • Intel True View cameras installed in Minnesota Vikings’ U.S. Bank St
  • Intel and the NFL are delivering more immersive replays to footb
  • Intel True View cameras installed in Minnesota Vikings’ U.S. Bank St

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Photo 1: The Intel True View production team virtually re-creates a selected clip in 3D from an ideal vantage point or player’s perspective. After 38 5K ultra-high definition cameras capture a play, the volumetric video is fed through more than five miles of fiber-optic cables to the control room where it is processed on Intel Core i7 servers and finalized for distribution. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

Photo 2: The Intel True View production team virtually re-creates a selected clip in 3D from an ideal vantage point or player’s perspective. After 38 5K ultra-high definition cameras capture a play, the volumetric video is fed through more than five miles of fiber-optic cables to the control room where it is processed on Intel Core i7 servers and finalized for distribution. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

Photo 3: Intel True View cameras installed in Minnesota Vikings’ U.S. Bank Stadium, home of Super Bowl LII, capture 360-degree replays and immersive player perspectives. Each of the 11 True View technology-enabled stadiums is equipped with 38 5K ultrahigh-definition cameras, as well as Intel Core i7 servers and PCs that can process up to 1 terabyte of data per 15- to 30-second clip. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

Photo 4: Intel and the NFL are delivering more immersive replays to football fans with True View technology now in the home stadiums of 11 NFL teams. Thirty-eight 5K ultrahigh-definition cameras are installed in each stadium to capture immersive, 360-degree replays and player perspectives. Intel Core i7 servers and PCs process up to 1 terabyte of data per 15- to 30-second clip. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

Photo 5: Intel True View cameras installed in Minnesota Vikings’ U.S. Bank Stadium, home of Super Bowl LII, capture immersive, 360-degree replays and player perspectives for the 2017 NFL season. Each of the 11 True View technology-enabled stadiums is equipped with 38 5K ultrahigh-definition cameras, as well as Intel Core i7 servers and PCs that can process up to 1 terabyte of data per 15- to 30-second clip. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

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