Intel made a VR tie-in for Christopher Nolan’s ‘Dunkirk’

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    360-degree VR videos like this are typically optimized for standard HD and 4K media, but Practical Magic (the company that created it) had to stitch images 40 times that resolution. To make that possible, the team used Dell blade servers and workstations powered by Intel Xeon processors. While the movie itself won’t be out until July 21st, the experience, which will drop you straight “into each of the movie’s three key perspectives — land, sea and air,” is now available for the HTC Vive, Oculus and Samsung Gear VR. Although not as immersive, you can also watch it on your computers through YouTube and Facebook 360.

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