Intel has opened a virtual museum dedicated to more than

Intel has opened a virtual museum dedicated to more than half a century of the company’s technology development

Intel has announced the readiness of its virtual museum for visitors to “visit”. The exhibition shows more than 50 years of development of the company’s history, and you can get acquainted with it from anywhere – from home, in the office or any other place with internet.

    Image source: Intel

Image source: Intel

In a tweet at the opening, Intel recommends “walking” through the virtual space. museum and even visit a 3D model of a chip factory. This is just one of many areas to visit.

For those who are too lazy to even walk through virtual space, there is a short video that will allow you to get acquainted with the basic information about the company.

Instead of creating an exclusive exhibition on its own, according to the Tom’s Hardware portal, the company attracted the Google Street View team to create a three-dimensional space that visited a real museum in Santa Clara – the management of the site is carried out on a similar principle out of. In certain places you can get additional information with one click – text, video, 3D models and links.

In general, considering Intel’s technical capabilities, the exhibition turned out to be rather modest. At the time of the news about the opening of the virtual version of the museum, its real prototype was “temporarily closed”, so only the 3D version could be visited. The main advantage is that you can do this without getting up from your chair, which is especially important in modern conditions. At the same time, a computer or smartphone with good hardware and a fast internet connection is desirable.

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