Images: TNT and Intel Air the NBA Western Conference Finals in VR for First Time

  • An Intel production room captures games footage using Intel True
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  • Intel True VR cameras capture footage of upcoming basketball gam
  • Intel True VR cameras capture footage of upcoming basketball gam

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Photo 1: An Intel production room captures games footage using Intel True VR technology. During the NCAA March Madness tournament, Intel will showcase how Intel True VR and 360-degree replay technologies are creating immersive, highly personalized experiences for fans. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

Photo 2: Beginning with NBA All-Star 2018 in Los Angeles, Intel will become the Exclusive Provider of Virtual Reality for NBA on TNT and deliver live NBA game action for a regular schedule of marquee matchups. Intel True VR cameras capture game footage from all angles, creating an immersive viewing experience. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

Photo 3: Intel True VR uses multiple panoramic, stereoscopic camera pods, which generate up to 1TB of data per hour, to create a more natural, realistic and immersive view of live NBA game action. Intel will become the Exclusive Provider of Virtual Reality for NBA on TNT beginning with NBA All-Star 2018 in Los Angeles. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

Photo 4: Intel True VR cameras capture footage of upcoming basketball games. During the NCAA March Madness tournament, Intel will showcase how Intel True VR and 360-degree replay technologies are creating immersive, highly personalized experiences for fans. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

Photo 5: Intel True VR cameras capture footage of upcoming basketball games. During the NCAA March Madness tournament, Intel will showcase how Intel True VR and 360-degree replay technologies are creating immersive, highly personalized experiences for fans. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

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