As head of Intel Studios, Diego Prilusky is ushering in the next revolution in visual storytelling: volumetric video, which aims to recreate reality as a cinematic experience.

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Developing the next generation of experiences for interactive and immersive media, Diego Prilusky founded Intel Studios, a production powerhouse in the Los Angeles area, to drive innovation and adoption of volumetric video and establish new technologies and methodologies for filmmaking.

Prilusky has an extensive background in technology, storytelling and design. The media entrepreneur has been recognized with two Emmy awards for innovation of large-scale volumetric video capture in live sports and has held creative leadership roles at several visual effects (VFX) studios, creating visual effects and animation for award-winning feature films.

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