Intel ventures into the music video market with fireworks, smoke bombs, and genre-bending technology at the ready

Intel has created a 360-degree, 4k music video clip.

Using a five-step process, Intel's music video blends cinematography, music and new technologies, all of which came together in what could be an evolution in how the world's top artists film their music.

It started with Noa Neal, a Belgium-based artist with a few international hits and a popular television show. They approached her, in part because of her reputation for being eager to try new things. She was enthusiastic about the concept, and chose her song “Graffiti” for the pilot project.

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