Intel Ultrabook – Popup Theater


Intels Ultrabooks are designed to feature reduced size and weight. and extended battery life without compromising performance. They use low-power Intel processors with integrated graphics, solid-state drives for responsiveness, and unibody chassis to fit larger batteries into smaller cases.

The Ultrabook POP-UP THEATER is a series of live stunts that demonstrates the ultra thin design & responsiveness of the Ultrabook™.
A uniquely choreographed team of 60 individuals create a human digital wall made of Ultrabooks. The Pop-Up teams make surprise appearances on the streets of Los Angeles, transforming an everyday location into a mini theater. Watch out the Ultra book Popup Theater series

Ultrabook™ POP-UP THEATER SKATEBOARD PARK

Ultrabook POP-UP THEATER ORCHESTRA

Ultrabook POP-UP THEATER JAM SESSION

Ultrabook POP-UP THEATER SURPRISE BIRTHDAY

Ultrabook POP-UP THEATER CHINESE THEATER

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