T3 India - - How Technology Is Changing Football -

Some Amer­i­can sports have adopted In­tel’s True View tech­nol­ogy but LaLiga is the only football league in the world to de­ploy In­tel’s ad­vanced tech that el­e­vates sports watch­ing to more ex­cit­ing heights. Sta­di­ums with In­tel True View are equipped with 38 cam­eras all across the play­ing field to give a 360-de­gree video ex­pe­ri­ence. The 5K cam­eras strate­gi­cally placed in the sta­dium cap­ture the video, process through the in-sta­dium servers and re­pro­duce the vi­su­als in 3D for a bet­ter view­ing ex­pe­ri­ence. The im­por­tant thing with True View is that the con­tent that is shown to the view­ers is cu­rated. This means, only key mo­ments are shown to the viewer like the “Be The Player” per­spec­tive that al­lows the viewer to see a goal or a save through the eyes of an­other player, or a laser wall for a bet­ter off­side ac­cu­racy. 3D-cre­ated, of course.

True View cam­eras are cur­rently in­stalled in at the Camp Nou (FC Barcelona), the San­ti­ago Bern­abeu (Real Madrid), the Wanda Metropoli­tano (Atletico de Madrid) and the Ra­mon Sanchez-Pizjuan (Sevilla Football Club) but will soon find its way to two more sta­di­ums - San Mames (Ath­letic de Bil­bao) and Mestalla (Va­len­cia CF).

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