Intel has expanded its footprint in the NFL by installing its True View technology at Nissan Stadium and Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

Intel plans to deliver immersive 360-degree replays at the venues, which are the homes of the Tennessee Titans and Atlanta Falcons, respectively. The additions of Nissan Stadium (pictured) and Mercedes-Benz Stadium will bring the number of NFL venues to be fitted with the technology up to 13.

The technology allows fans to view immersive replays of highlights from every vantage point, including players’ perspectives, without using a helmet camera.

The other NFL venues to be fitted with Intel True View are University of Phoenix Stadium (Arizona Cardinals), M&T Bank Stadium (Baltimore Ravens), Bank of America Stadium (Carolina Panthers), FirstEnergy Stadium (Cleveland Browns), NRG Stadium (Houston Texans), Lucas Oil Stadium (Indianapolis Colts), Arrowhead Stadium (Kansas City Chiefs), US Bank Stadium (Minnesota Vikings), Gillette Stadium (New England Patriots), Levi’s Stadium (San Francisco 49ers) and FedEx Field (Washington Redskins).

For the 2018 season, the stadia will be fitted with dozens of 5K ultra-high-definition cameras that capture the action, with Intel-based servers processing up to one terabyte of data for volumetric presentation for each 15- to 30-second clip.

Content captured by the cameras is accessible via NFL.com/trueview, the NFL Mobile app, the NFL YouTube channel and other endpoints across the league and participating teams.

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