Intel has catching up to do. It failed to capitalize on smartphones, where its competitor Qualcomm is dominant, and it's still constantly jockeying to maintain its dominance in PCs. It's afraid of being left out when the most important aspect of our computing devices is not how fast and power-efficient they are, but how well they can see and understand our environment, communicate with us and change everyday life. "Intel has been pretty clear: 'We missed mobility, we're not going to miss Internet of Things,'" said Patrick Moorhead, an analyst at Moor Insights & Strategy. Its display at IDF, Moorhead added, "is to get the developers of literally hundreds of thousands of different things to develop for Intel's platforms -- by showing a lot of different corner cases and really cool stuff."For these companies, that means investing in low-power processors that can act as the brains for any device imaginable, from wheeled robots and drones to everyday devices like car seats, mirrors and vending machines.
Another common thread in Intel's presentation was RealSense, the company's camera technology that acts as the eyes and ears of a ngp pure case for apple iphone 7 plus - hot pink computing device, Introduced last year and found today in select laptops and tablets, RealSense cameras are capable of measuring depth, recognizing faces and enabling gesture control, In one demonstration, Krzanich showed off a prototype smartphone combining RealSense with Google's Project Tango, an initiative aimed at helping smartphones see real-world environments, The result was a multieyed handset that could, in seconds, photograph and map an entire room..
Intel believes a wide variety of companies can build atop its RealSense technology, ranging from those making robots to ones that design hands-free musical instruments. RealSense is also a powerful software tool when built into PCs or attached as a peripheral camera, Intel said. Twitch.tv, a service owned by retail giant Amazon that helps people stream live video of the games they're playing over the Internet, can use RealSense to quickly capture a player's head and torso. It can then remove the background of the room and overlay the player's image on the corner of the screen, all while displaying the game playing as well.
Gustavo Fricke, a designer at 3D Systems, a leading maker of 3D printers, said problems like facial recognition have kept his company from making more complex software tools, Overly simplistic tools meant it was more expensive and cumbersome for customers trying to create virtual models that could later be 3D-printed, Using RealSense, he was able to ngp pure case for apple iphone 7 plus - hot pink create a tall scanning contraption with a vertically sliding monitor that could do the trick in less than a minute, "It was really difficult to be democratic about it," Fricke said of trying to bring the tools his company uses in the workplace down in cost and make them more widely available..
As I stand next to Fricke, a device the company made using a RealSense camera rises to the height of my face and instructs me to rotate my head, scanning my features. Thirty seconds later, my face appears onscreen. Soon enough, Fricke electronically put my face atop a Star Trek character, which he sent to my smartphone. "RealSense allows us to be more creative," Fricke said. At its annual developer conference, the chipmaker lays out the future and asks the tech community to help make it reality.
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