Intel RealSense Makes Computers Even More Like Humans




LAS VEGAS — Intel is pushing hard for new kinds of interfaces on PCs. At CES 2014, it debuted a new technology called RealSense, which aims to make technologies like voice control, computer vision and 3D printing more commonplace.

In the near future, people would “open a car door with our finger, receive constant information about our health” and use devices that “interface directly with your brain,” Eden said.

One of the first hardware products with RealSense is a tiny camera that can be built into any number of devices. The camera has the ability to measure depth, enabling it to capture 3D information, which has numerous applications. Read more…

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