Topic: realsense

Intel Aero drone targets developers

Intel wants to get developers more interested in its drones. At the company’s annual Developer Forum, it announced the Aero ready-to-fly drone that specifically targets developers. “Intel’s Aero Platform is available today for developers to build their own drones,” the company wrote in a statement. The development kit is powered by Intel’s Atom quad-core processor, … continue reading

Intel unveils new VR headset, Ford’s plans for autonomous ride sharing, and WalabotDIY 3D imaging tool—SD Times news digest: Aug. 17, 2016

Intel has unveiled Project Alloy, an all-in-one virtual reality solution that demonstrates what the future of merged reality looks like today. Project Alloy was announced at the keynote of the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco yesterday. Alloy will deliver new immersive experiences by leveraging Intel’s RealSense technologies that are optimized for virtual reality. … continue reading

Emulator to become available for HoloLens, PubNub helps educational tech companies, and Intel is looking into augmented reality—SD Times news digest: March 3, 2016

Microsoft will soon offer a HoloLens emulator for developers, which will be available before March 30, the shipping date for the first batch of HoloLenses. Using the emulator, developers can test their apps in a simulated room and walk around using controls. The Windows Holographic Dev Center will be the starting point for learning about … continue reading

SD Times Blog: Intel wows with future tech

It really doesn’t matter what else Intel talked about at its 15th Intel Developer Forum after it announced its Optane technology. The technology, known as 3D XPoint, is said by Intel to be 1,000x faster and more durable than existing NAND flash memory. Optane will be the brand name under which 3D XPoint will be … continue reading

Intel’s RealSense and Google’s Project Tango, CII’s Badge Program, and Microsoft’s latest Windows 10 build—SD Times news digest: Aug. 19, 2015

Google and Intel are teaming up to provide 3D capabilities to Google’s Project Tango smartphone. Project Tango is an Android smartphone designed to track 3D motion in real time. Intel recently announced it would be providing Project Tango and RealSense technology in an Android smartphone developer kit. The developer kit will enable indoor navigation and … continue reading

Intel hopes RealSense inspires developers

You’re walking down the hallway of a creepy fantasy mansion. You enter an abandoned kitchen, and your view begins to waver and pulse as you become nervous. As your tension grows, the room begins to flood with milk. While this sounds like a strange new game (and it does have some game derivatives), it’s actually … continue reading

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