Intel has announced RealSense TCS, new software that, combined with a RealSense camera, can make touchscreen interfaces work without touch by detecting the user's hand above the screen.
Intel has unveiled the RealSense ID technology built to provide secure facial authentication by combining its RealSense depth-sensing camera with a special neural network. It also encrypts user data.
The RealSense T265 uses two fisheye lenses and a new visual processing unit to enable advanced guidance and navigation capabilities to robots in places with no internet or GPS service.
Intel has been tentatively looking at the nascent virtual reality market for a while now, but it looks like the company is finally ready to take the plunge, as it just introduced its own VR headset.
An Intel researcher has unwittingly revealed that the company has been working on an accessory for the HTC Vive VR headset. Intel's device features 6 cameras and can be attached directly to the Vive.
The Venue 8 7000 Series is just 6mm-thick and features ultra-slim bezels, along with depth-sensing Intel RealSense cameras - and it's now available from only $199, down from its launch price of $399.
Lenovo has unveiled a new high-end all-in-one Windows 10 PC, with configurations available including Intel Core i7 Skylake processors, 16GB of RAM, 2TB storage and a 27-inch Ultra HD touchscreen.
Intel finally unveils its range of Skylake processors from 4.5W to 65W for the 6th generation chips. From mobile to desktop, Intel's 6th generation processor family is in full swing.
With the release of Windows 10, Microsoft revealed a new, more secure way of logging into your computer. Now, we have a list of devices with Intel's RealSense camera supporting Windows Hello.
Intel's CEO showed off a new depth-sensing camera prototype that can be integrated into smartphones, allowing for numerous applications including biometric authentication via Windows Hello.