Intel’s RealSense camera has found its way on PCs, Laptops, tablets and even drones. The company’s technology uses the power of gestures and 3D scanning to improve user interactions.
Smartphones have been a bit tricky to fit with Intel’s tech, but the company finally managed to do it in the end. Intel’s CEO, Brian Krzanich, revealed the latest addition at IDF in Shenzen, emphasising that the new module is significantly smaller and slimmer than the previous version, has a lower thermal output, and claims to have a longer detection range as well.
Intel has also taken advantage of the opportunity to announce a partnership with Chinese online retail giant JD in an attempt to help improve its warehouse management. The company displayed how a tablet with integrated RealSense depth camera can quickly measure the required box sizes for products of all shapes, and consequently summing up the space needed for shipment or storage.
The new RealSense integration has not been given any detailed specs or an availability date just yet, but Intel is bound to release some information soon.
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