Please accept this is your VR viewing guide for the 2018 winter Olympics in pyeongchang.
The 2018 winter Olympic Games have opened in pyeongchang, South Korea, and VR technology will shine in this winter Olympics. The pyeongchang winter Olympics officially launched VR to watch the games, and viewers will be able to show off the charm of the games through VR headsets.
NBC and Intel have contracted to create and broadcast VR content for the games. NBC still USES Intel's True VR technology to shoot live games at the winter Olympics, and viewers won't have to watch TV and wear VR glasses to enjoy a distinctive visual feast. With a VR headset, viewers can watch more than 30 VR games, and there will be more than 50 hours of VR highlights, including the opening and closing ceremonies. It is understood that the VR live VR on demand and VR live respectively, VR on demand will be open to the public for free and VR live requires the audience to the pay-tv provider contract pay to be able to experience.
It is also very simple to watch VR live broadcast, so you can choose the game you want to watch as long as you install a matching NBC Sports VR app on your mobile phone. It needs to be reminded that the VR broadcast needs good network support, and the NBC Sports VR app does not release the domestic version, so you need Apple's us district account or GuGe Play to watch the VR Olympic live broadcast. Of course, you may need some technology you know to be able to watch the VR games smoothly.