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360-degree replays coming to MLB All-Star games

by • July 10, 2016 • No Comments

Nothing matches the atmosphere you get sitting in the front row during a big game, but TV and online coverage is swift evolving to assist homebound fans feel like they’re there. The latest example comes of Major League Baseball, that can be offering 360-degree replays of All-Star games, letting them relive the big plays of approximately any angle.

The replays are captured by 28 cameras placed around Petco Park in San Diego, and use an Intel process to stitch all the images together into a seamless 3D rendering. We have seen a thing much like in the NBA, where dunk contest winners can be replayed of any angle.

Instead of 2D pixels, the cameras capture the action as voxels, that are fundamentally pixels with volume. It is this volume that allows for the replays to rendered in 3D to be saw of approximately any angle. Intel is providing the swift data processing and rendering innovation required to bring the replays to viewers in a timely style.

The 360-degree replay innovation can be seen on broadcasts and digital and mobile platforms for MLB All-Star Games on July 10, 11 and 12.

A brief video explaining the innovation is at a lower place.

Source: Intel


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