Research@Intel Day 2010 – User experience: mind reading, sensors and projection

July 1st, 2010 |
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Michael Payne directs the Interactive Experience Research Group, IXR, at Intel. In this video, he talks about new ways technology can enhance user experience at Research@Intel Day 2010, held at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California. Beverly Harrison, Senior Scientist within IXR, demonstrates interactive touch applications on plain countertops, and Wendy March, Senior Researcher in the IXR group at Intel shows the features of SENS, Socially ENabled Services, utilizing “Shadow Avatars”, enabled by inboard sensors to display real time activities on social networks.

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