NEWS | Brand News

Intel And Warner Bros. To Announce Partnership Development In-cabin, Immersive Experiences In Autonomous Cars Of The Future

BMW X5 SUV offers a 270-degree theater view of comic books and videos. With autonomous cars on their way to continue spreading, companies are starting to think about how they can monetize the spare time and space that a robot in the driver’s seat allows passengers. Therefore, Intel and Warner Brothers proposed a vision for …

NEWS | Brand News

Intel Celebrated LGBTQ Pride With Fantastic Drone Light Show

To show the company’s support for LGBTQ community and its employees, Intel celebrated Pride Month with 300 “Shooting Star” drones. The event took place on June 23 in Folsom, California airspace, which reminds us Intel’s previous show created for TIME’s first cover shot by drone a few weeks ago. Including symbolic illustrations of the Pride …

NEWS | Brand News

Intel Captured The Viewers’ Attention With The Record-Breaking Drone Show At Winter Olympics 2018

Intel set a record with a show including 1,218 Shooting Star drones in the opening ceremony of the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea. The Intel Shooting Star drones are defined as a type of unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), designed with an aim of entertainment. Since they are equipped with LED lights, the drones …

NEWS | Brand News

Intel’s New VR Content Studio Lets Fans Experience The Winter Olympic Games!

Intel announced that they will power the largest scale virtual reality event to date with the Olympic Winter Games, PyeongChang 2018 using Intel True VR technology. At Consumer Electronics Show, Intel announced that it’s opening a new studio in Los Angeles to create immersive content that allows users to walk within a space in Virtual …

Intel’s Super Bowl Commercial Aims To Highlight VR

New England Patriots Quarterback, Tom Brady, demonstrates how Intel 360° makes literally anything look better in the Intel Super Bowl commercial. Introducing the first pre-released Super Bowl commercial of the season, California-based technology company Intel released the spot, drawing attention to virtual reality technology. It’s the brand’s second Super Bowl appearance since 2010 and they …

Want to see your content here?

We will help you spread the word. Submit digital marketing related work,
news and blog content to get published on the DAN website.

This website uses cookies. Continued use of this website indicates that you have read and agree to our Terms & Conditions and Privacy Policy.

ACCEPT