The playoff-bound Dallas Cowboys are getting involved in virtual reality for it’s Jan. 1 game against Philadelphia at AT&T Stadium.
The game against the Eagles will be the final regular-season contest for the Cowboys (11-1), who clinched a playoff berth Sunday. By beating Minnesota on Thursday and having the Washington Redskins lose to Arizona on Sunday, the Cowboys became the first team to qualify for the playoffs this season.
Voke, an Intel company who is a leader in live-event virtual reality, and the NFL will be making highlights from the Cowboys-Eagles game available worldwide for free on the NFL Channel in the VOKE app.
Intel acquired VOKE as part of Intel’s digitization of sports strategy. The acquisition is part of Intel’s ongoing work with leagues and teams across the world. The company is building out a portfolio of technologies, including virtual reality, 360-degree replay and analytics.
Fans will be able to experience in-game and postgame highlights.
Through multiple camera angles as well as synchronized DVR, viewers can decide what they want to watch and when they want to watch it. In addition, VOKE’s cameras can be customized for different environments and its stereoscopic capture system provides the most natural view of the action, allowing fans to see realistic proportions and depth wherever they look.
The highlights will be hosted by NFL Network reporter Courtney Fallon and former NFL wide receiver David Nelson.
For more details on how to access the VOKE app, go to vokevr.com/experiencevr.
Dallas Cowboys regular-season schedule
Giants 20, Cowboys 19
Cowboys 27, Redskins 23
Cowboys 31, Bears 17
Cowboys 24, 49ers 17
Cowboys 28, Bengals 14
Cowboys 30, Packers 16
Cowboys 29, Eagles 23, OT
Cowboys 35, Browns 10
Cowboys 35, Steelers 30
Cowboys 27, Ravens 17
Cowboys 31, Redskins 26
Cowboys 17, Vikings 15
at NY Giants
vs. Tampa Bay