Recently featured in Sport Industry, Virtually Live and Formula E continue to innovate by using true VR environments to augment broadcasts.
2017 FIA Formula E Championship : Paris E Prix

The FIA Formula E incorporated Virtually Live’s true virtual reality footage into its world feed for the Qatar Airways Paris ePrix.

Using footage supplied by Virtually Live, the collision between Jean-Eric Vergne and Nelson Piquet Jr. from the previous race in Monaco was given a new perspective. In addition, Virtually Live has updated its Formula E VR app, which allows fans to revisit the races from Marrakesh, Buenos Aires, Mexico City and Monaco, and experience them in a whole new way in fully immersive, computer-generated imagery using HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, or on PC.
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