Intel’s RealSense Lets Machines See The World As We Do

Intel’s RealSense Lets Machines See The World As We Do

After several years of development, the new tech is set to enable a host of different groundbreaking applications

Janet Burns
  • 21 january 2015

For many CES attendants, Intel’s RealSense technology and its demonstrated applications stole their gaze, an achievement since hailed as “quite complex” and even — from visitors whose facial expressions were replicated by onscreen characters — capable of “almost scary accuracy.”

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