Intel’s user experience initiatives envision 3D depth cameras in roles that go far beyond driving interactivity in games. Delve into what’s being done with depth cameras and other perceptual computing technologies now, and realize their influence on the user experiences of tomorrow.
Educational gaming has evolved from activities performed on paper into sophisticated virtual learning experiences. Discover how sweeping advances in touch and gesture control, voice command and other perceptual computing technologies have altered the way we learn.
Intel booth #1016 will be hopping with demos and networking opportunities for GDC 2013 attendees. What will you find in the booth?
Intel is presenting two full training days at GDC dedicated to broadening the developer experience with sessions devoted to Perceptual Computing and developing for Ultrabook™.
At CES, we announced new ways we’re moving forward with Perceptual Computing including facial recognition. It’s available in the Intel Perceptual Computing SDK. What do others think of the SDK?
Staying on top of the latest tech trends is a prerequisite to a successful career as a software developer. To do that requires devoting attention to the headlines as they scroll by in your feed reader, and taking a deep dive into the most important topics in software today. Take that deep dive with the new issue of Intel® Software Adrenaline Magazine.
We caught up with Achin Bhowmik, the director of perceptual computing technology and solutions at Intel and asked for his thoughts on perceptual computing. Watch the video to hear what he has to say.
Perceptual computing—the next big wave of technology—is about to hit, bringing with it the promise of engaging computing experiences. Find out how Intel’s work with Nuance and other companies is helping to turn this promise into a reality.
Many perceptual computing technologies were on display at the Touch Gesture Motion Conference in Austin, Texas, Dec. 12-13. They ranged from sensors to hardware to software that are intended to help developers build new interactive applications and experiences.
People from all over the world gathered at the Touch Gesture Motion Conference in Austin, Texas, this December to settle the age-old question of the lost remote. Well, not directly of course, but in a roundabout way thanks to perceptual computing.
We’re showing our commitment to the perceptual computing ecosystem by joining the Touch Gesture Motion in Austin, Texas, Dec. 12—13. Touch Gesture Motion will take a deep dive into the emerging technologies that are enabling natural user interfaces.
Ready for the next shift in computing? It’s all about changing the boundary between our computers and the way we interact with them. It’s starting with perceptual computing.
Developing software is like creating any other product —there are always hidden costs and unexpected delays. Intel has a range of software development kits for most anyone.
Intel’s Growing Sensory Perception: Touch, Voice, GPS, and Motion Detection Expand Ultrabook™ Device Capabilities
Discover how future devices will enable amazing breakthroughs in perceptual computing that push the limits of computer-human interaction.
Intel engineers have created the next big thing in mobile computing: the Ultrabook™ device. Built on the 2nd generation Intel® Core™ i3, Core™ i5, and Core™ i7 processors (and on the networking and sensory inputs that have come before) this platform brings a new level of self-awareness, enabling users to be at their most powerful and most creative.