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Saturday, March 26, 2016

Apple, Intel and Realsense

Some time ago I looked at the use of Intel's Realsense.  But had not heard anything from that direction for a long time.  The potential application used interactive screens.  Has Apple stopped the work?

" .... Intel has grand plans for computers that will recognize human emotion using its RealSense 3D camera, but Apple appears to have dealt it a setback.

RealSense uses a combination of infrared, laser and optical cameras to measure depth and track motion. It's been used on a drone that can navigate its own way through a forest, for example.

It can also detect changes in facial expressions, and Intel wanted to give RealSense the ability to read human emotions by combining it with an emotion recognition technology developed by Emotient. ... " 

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