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RealSense

Human and computer interaction is evolving rapidly. Learn how innovations such as Intel RealSense technology are bringing new sensory capabilities to computers and digital devices.

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Technology Brings Spatial Awareness to People with Vision Loss
Drone Innovation Trends to Watch in 2017
Industrial Drones Put Digital Eye on Airbus Assembly Line
How Computer Vision is Transforming VR into Merged Reality
Seeing Drones Send Innovation Sky High
Vivid Sydney’s Ignatius Jones Helps Public Art Come to Life
Minecraft Mods Unleash New Creative Possibilities
History Comes Alive in China
Alternative Gaming Controllers Facilitate Full-Body Fun
New Era for Smart Drones That Can See
Depth-Sensing Technology Pulls Players Into the Game
Biofeedback Games Feed off Human Inputs
New Music Tech Teaches Guitar, Piano and More
Crafting Your Digital Double in 3D Just Got Easier with RealSense
Future of Immersive Gaming Gear for the Blind
5 Technologies That Made a Summer Splash in Germany
15 Design Secrets of Modern Concert Halls
Top 10 Technologies From #IDF15
Virtual Reality Puts Sports Fans in the Game
Food Network Helps Everyone Cook Using 3D Camera Technology
Video Chat Hits Third Dimension
All-in-One Computers Reinvent the Home PC
Smart Kitchen Technology: From Appliances to Recipe Assistance
Facial Expression Recognition: Comedy Plugs into Technology
Assistive Technology for Visually Impaired Uses Intel 3D Cameras
Tech You Need in 2015: Router Upgrades and More
A Mobile Device Can Predict My Life
Emotion Recognition: When Computers Can Tell How We’re Feeling
5 Smart Gadgets, Gizmos and Robots Coming to Life
Depth Camera Brings Post-Photo Effects Like Multifocus to Tablet
IFA 2014: Come See Europe’s Largest Consumer Electronics Fair
Can Machine Translation Create a Universal Language for Business?
Pocket Avatars Brings 3D Facial Tracking, Animated Chat to Mobile
13 New Technologies from Computex Worth a Second Look
Why Innovation Waits for Nobody, Stops for Nothing
Technology That Lets Self-Driving Cars, Robots See
Flying Frenchies Attempt Death-Defying Tightrope Walk
Augmented Reality Applications: Helping the Blind to See
Stereoscopic Photography – How Deep Are Your Images?

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