Intel will Bring VR to 2024 Olympic Games
Intel announces an important partnership with the International Olympic Committee to bring new levels of immersion with Virtual Reality and other technologies.
Intel Announces Worldwide Olympic Partnership for VR
Intel and the International Olympic Committee announced a partnership that will allow the tech company to bring its high-level technology to improve the 2024 Olympic Games with Virtual Reality and other interesting developments.
The company is mostly focused on introducing Virtual Reality, 360-degree and 3D content development platforms, 5G platforms, drones, artificial intelligence platforms, and other important silicon solutions that together will make the 2024 Olympic Games the most technologically advanced of all times.
Intel will work with other Olympic partners and across the Olympic Movement to integrate its avant-garde technology into as many aspects of the Olympic Games as it is possible.
“As a result of Olympic Agenda 2020, the IOC is forging groundbreaking partnerships, said IOC President Thomas Bach. “Intel is a world leader in its field, and we’re very excited to be working with the Intel team to drive the future of the Olympic Games through cutting-edge technology. The Olympic Games provide a connection between fans and athletes that has inspired people around the world through sport and the Olympic values of excellence, friendship, and respect. Thanks to our new innovative global partnership with Intel, fans in the stadium, athletes, and audiences around the world will soon experience the magic of the Olympic Games in completely new ways.”
“We are excited to join the Olympic Movement and integrate Intel’s innovative technologies to advance the Olympic Games experience for fans around the world,” said Brian Krzanich, Intel’s chief executive officer. “Through this close collaboration with the Olympic family, we will accelerate the adoption of technology for the future of sports on the world’s largest athletic stage.”