TouchDesigner*, created by Derivative, is a popular platform/program used worldwide for interactivity and real-time animations during live performances as well as rendering 3D animation sequences, building mapping, installations and recently, VR work. This article is part 1 of a two-part article in which Audri Phillips explains how the Intel® RealSense™ camera is integrated into and can be used in TouchDesigner*. The demos in Part 1 use the Intel RealSense camera TOP node, and the demos in Part 2 use the CHOP node. Both Part 1 and 2 include animations and downloadable TouchDesigner* files, .toe files, which can be used to follow along. 英特尔实感技术
英特尔 实感 技术自然用户接口用户反馈 Justin Link talks about Chronosapien Interactive's experience in natural user interface (NUI) development with Intel® RealSense™ technology. The article focuses on the importance of user feedback for hand movements and gestures. Part 2.
采用英特尔® 实感™ 3D 摄像头 At IDF 2015, Cappasity demonstrated a prototype 3D full-body scanner using Intel® RealSense™ cameras connected to Intel® NUC computers, and with a rotating platform controlled via an Intel® Edison board. In this article, Konstantin Popov explains the system in detail.
Wolfgang Engel, CEO of Confetti, describes how to pick different resource binding mechanisms to run an application efficiently on specific Intel’s GPUs, folowing the release of Windows* 10 and the 6th generation Intel® Core™ processor family (code-name Skylake). Microsoft DirectX* 12
The gaming industry has seen great strides in game complexity recently. Game developers are challenged to create increasingly compelling games. This series explores important Artificial Intelligence (AI) concepts and how to optimize them for multi-core.
Get information about the Intel® RealSense™ front facing camera hardware requirements and learn about features that are included in the Intel RealSense SDK Gold R1 and R2.
英特尔实感技术 带来更自然的人机交互 Devices equipped with Intel® RealSense™ technology are able to see and hear the world around them, enabling users to engage more naturally. In this article, Virtual Air Guitar Company (VAGC) and Intel software developers share insights on using Intel RealSense technology to move human-computer interaction (HCI) beyond the keyboard and mouse.