Intel & Major League Baseball Partnership Will Bring Free Weekly Games Streamed in VR

Road to VR

A major new three year partnership between Intel and MLB, America’s leading baseball league, will bring weekly live baseball games streamed in VR for free to Gear VR via Intel’s ‘True VR’ tech. Free Games Broadcast in VR, Weekly.

‘Oculus Venues’ Live Event App Now Available on Go and Gear VR, Event Schedule Here

Road to VR

June 27 // MLB: Kansas City Royals @ Milwaukee Brewers // 11:10 am PT. Oculus Venues , the social app that allows ‘thousands of users’ to watch live events en masse in VR, is now available on Oculus Go and Gear VR starting today.

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Suzanne Borders: BadVR is mixing art and technology to innovate data visualization

The Ghost Howls

When he graduated, I was moved to Kansas City, which is in the middle of the country, and no offense to anyone who’s listening from Kansas City… but it’s kind of a smaller town and it’s not as big as San Diego where I was living.

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Intel Cuts 3-Year Deal With MLB For VR Broadcast Content


Users will be able to customize their streams with multiple camera angles (all using 4k cameras), statistics, or even a produced broadcast experience for the Intel True VR Game of the Week. Kansas City Royals vs. San Francisco Giants on June 13 at 10:15 p.m. The addition of live stats to the Intel True VR weekly games is another example of how we’re giving fans more control to personalize their baseball experience.”.

Oculus Venues Arrives for Oculus Go and Gear VR


I was able to pop into an Oculus Venues press preview event last week, joining a handful of other journalists to experience a NBA Playoff game from the stands. June 27 // MLB: Kansas City Royals @ Milwaukee Brewers // 11:10 am PT. Your ticket to live social events in VR is here.

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Getting Fit with a VR Toolkit, and Other XR Tips with VRd?j?'s Michael Eichenseer

XR for Business Podcast

As a gamer, I definitely enjoy the fact that I can play a game, not be sitting the entire time, and afterwards, I've burnt 500 calories, and feel really good about it the next day. Michael: The boxing games are pretty popular, and I definitely have to mention Beat Saber. Michael: Back when I met him, we were playing a game called Smash Box Arena. It's a multiplayer game, kind of dodgeball. It's defunct now, but there's a lot of other games like that.

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