5G, a new dimension for our leisure activities
HOW 5G WILL CHANGE OUR DAILY LIVES (4/5) – 5G will help change the way we watch a movie or a game or play.
Follow not a sports race but that of the athlete of his choice thanks to the GPS sensors with which he is equipped. Or choose at any time the follow-up angle of the figure skating competition… The last Pyeongchang Winter Games in South Korea outlined the beginnings of what 5G will change in the way we understand live sporting events.
This new mobile phone technology will not simply improve the speed and comfort of watching videos in very high definition or our exchanges like Skype or Facetime. It will help change the way we view content. Intel, which covered thirty Olympic events in virtual reality with South Korean telecom operator KT, has developed in Los Angeles Intelstudios the largest virtual reality center in the world.
“When you give filmmakers tools like this, their imagination is limitless “
Jim Gianopulos, President of Paramount Studios
Thanks to a new technique, volumetric capture, which combines video capture and 3D images, allows the spectator to fully immerse himself in a scene or