Saturday, April 15, 2017

Intel Announces Two New Film Collaborations at VRLA

Personal computing is radically evolving to become capable of experiences hardly believable today, and virtual reality’s (VR) highly sensory and immersive nature is central to that evolution. The opportunities for VR content creation are ripe for innovation. As part of Intel’s commitment to bring VR mainstream through areas such as entertainment, the company has a strong presence at VRLA, taking place today and Saturday at the Los Angeles Convention Center. Intel’s general manager for virtual reality and gaming, Frank Soqui, gave a keynote speech this morning that reinforced Intel’s commitment to the creator community – from powering best-in-class PC VR experiences today to the company’s vision for the future with merged reality. Soqui also unveiled two new content collaborations.