Intel RealSense Technology for Natural and Immersive Apps – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 359

January 22nd, 2015 |
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In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: In this archive of a livecast from the Intel Developer Forum, Ben Kepes, a technology analyst and founder Diversity Limited, and Eric Mantion, Evangelist for Intel RealSense Technology, chat about the innovative technology. Intel RealSense Snapshot allows for photos with depth, enabling re-focusing after the shot as well as interactive measurements. Intel RealSense 3D Camera sees like humans do, so it can respond to natural movement in 3 dimensions – you can control devices with a wave or scan your environment in 3D. The use cases for the technology are immense, everything from getting the perfect wedding photo to making sure your newly-purchased sofa will fit in a room to augmented reality schematics for buildings under construction.

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