Intel inks three-year virtual reality partnership with MLB

Intel has inked a three-year partnership with Major League Baseball (MLB) for the company’s True VR technology. The chipmaker will be live-streaming one weekly out-of-market game via the True VR app, in addition to featuring post-game highlights and on-demand replays.

True VR camera pods can generate 1TB of data per hour, and uses fiber optic cables and high compute servers to stream VR content in real-time, according to Intel. Users can customize their VR experience by choosing any vantage point. Real-time stats and instant replays are also available.

[Image courtesy: Intel]

Also see:

U.S. Air Force awards VR medical simulation training SimX contract

SimX has been awarded an R&D contract by the U.S. Air Force to develop enhanced VR medical simulation training capabilities for battlefield tactical combat casualty care (TCCC).

Meta confirms Quest 3 VR headset is arriving in 2023 — CNET

Meta has confirmed that a mainstream, lower-cost follow-up to...