Intel brings immersive, human interaction to devices in 2014,
by unveiling the world?s smallest integrated 3D depth and 2D camera module,
next generation natural language and personal assistant.
Mooly Eden, Senior VP and perceptual computing general
manager opened the show, with his usual charisma getting the crown excited
about what the next 45 minutes will hold, and asking ?what does the future
hold?? The answer from Intel was ?Real
Intel introduced the ?Real Sense technology?, starting with
their first product in their line: The world?s smallest 3D camera with Nuance
dragon assistant integrated into it. Some of the features include full 1080p,
gesture recognition; it can control foreground and background, enhance
interactive augmented reality, scan items in 3d and more.
Intel wants to add senses to the brain (CPU), they want it
to feel natural to the user such as Voice activation. It should be intuitive, and immersive. (NII)
Intel has partnered with third party collaborations with 3d
systems, Autodesk, DreamWorks, Metaio, Microsoft Skype, lync and scholastics to
bring real sense to multiple devices.
Capture and share: capture picture in 3D, and then apply
filters to each depth layer.
The goal of this technology is to make our devices learn and
understand us on a deeper level and make it feel more natural for the user.
For more details check out: www.Intel.com/realsense