The development of Virtual Reality technology has been every tech company’s priority, with Intel included. Undergoing a significant transition of its business, Intel has just disclosed its plan of acquiring VOKE, a startup which is good at bringing live, virtual reality experiences to audiences.
Founded in 2004 and headquartered in Santa Clara, California, VOKE has a core technology called TrueVR, and most of all, more than 20 years of VR expertise.
The VOKE TrueVR experience is:
* Realistic and immersive: Voke’s proprietary paired lens, stereoscopic capture system provides a natural view of the action, allowing fans to see realistic proportions and depth wherever they look.
* Multiplatform: Users can access the experience from any device they choose (PC, tablet, phone and VR headset).
* Broadcaster-friendly: Voke’s model echos Intel’s enabling strategy for an end-to-end solution that easily integrates into existing broadcaster and league channels.
Intel expects to innovate and scale its new immersive sports business faster with VOKE’s intelligence.
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