Intel Technologies, Products and Partners Win Best Drone, Best Wearable and More Intel technologies, products and partners received top awards during last week’s CES 2016.
At CES 2016, Intel® and partners showed off new devices and experiences enabled by Intel® RealSense™ Technology .
During the “Game”-Changer session today at the Intel Developer Forum 2015 , Doug Fisher , senior vice president and general manager of the Software and Services Group and Kirk Skaugen , senior vice president and general manager of the Client Computing Group talked about how computing has always been at the heart of the gaming industry and the PC remains the number one platform for gaming.
During his opening address at the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) , CEO Brian Krzanich talked about his vision of Intel® RealSense™ technology everywhere. He talked about Intel’s collaboration with Google in driving innovation in mobile depth sensing by combining Project Tango and Intel RealSense technologies into an Android Smartphone developer kit, which will be available to developers through a pilot program by the end of this year. He also announced that, in addition to Windows and Android, developers will also be able to use Intel RealSense technology on platforms including Mac OS X, ROS, Linux, Scratch, Unity, XSplit, OBS, Structure SDK, OSVR and Unreal Engine 4
Imagine stepping into a car that recognizes your facial features and begins playing your favorite music. A pair of gloves that knows the history of your vehicle from the time of its inception on the factory floor. A vehicle that detects the relevancy of upcoming road signs and displays them on your dashboard
The Society for Information Display (SID) announced the winners of its 20th annual Display Industry Awards.
Intel and the Food Network have teamed up to solve some of the messiest kitchen problems. By bringing Intel® RealSense™ technology to the mix, users can now create recipes with the help of voice and gesture control capabilities built into recipes on FoodNetwork.com which are optimized for the Intel RealSense 3D camera. Now cooks can simply take their Intel RealSense technology enabled-PC into the kitchen to prepare their favorite FoodNetwork.com recipes using voice or gesture with their hands in front of the camera — so it’s OK if their hands are a mess.
Today Microsoft announced Windows Hello , a new Windows 10 authentication feature supported by the Intel® RealSense™ 3D Camera . Windows Hello will use facial recognition and other biometrics to let people access their Windows 10 devices and supported apps and sites without a password.
CES 2015 brought forth a host of new Intel-powered devices from ASUS , Acer , Dell , HP , Lenovo , and Toshiba that will enrich everyday computing experiences. Intel’s 5th gen Core processor and 14nm processor (“Cherry Trail”) , along with applications such as Intel RealSense and True Key , are expected to provide more computing power and intelligence than before. The latest products have been recognized in several industry awards including the CEA Innovation Awards , Engadget and Digital Trends