Intel Plans User-Generated 360 Video For Super Bowl Campaign

What Happened
For its upcoming Super Bowl campaign, Intel is aiming to get football fans involved to create a 360-degree video spot. The company launched a social push to get fans to visit to submit a selfie and create a frame featuring Tom Brady. The best images will be incorporated into a 360-degree video to be released on Feb. 5 as part of its Super Bowl campaign, which also includes a TV spot showing Brady going about his day from every angle using Intel’s 360 replay technology.

What Brands Need To Do
With 360 video content gaining traction among consumers, it is important for brands to start working closely with content creators to produce engaging and immersive content. The crowdsourcing approach that Intel took helps establish a more intimate connection with the consumers through the personalized experience. Brands wishing to stay ahead of the curve need to take a cue from this initiative and start developing immersive content that can engage their audience in innovative and fun ways.

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Source: AdWeek