The chip giant is working on "perceptual computing" technology that will sense your emotions and your body language. Here's an inside look.
If the next big wave in devices turns out to be gestures and eye tracking, Intel wants to be ready.
Intel is the king of PCs, but it hasn’t always been ahead of evolving innovations. Its processors power more than 80 percent of the world’s computers and the vast majority of its servers, but Intel has made little headway in smartphones and tablets. To spur interest in PCs again, as well as persuade more mobile device makers to use its chips, Intel has devoted significant resources and efforts to something it calls “perceptual computing.”