Intel® RealSense™ technology makes it possible for our digital worlds to interact with our physical, organic worlds in meaningful ways. Many of the projects that developers are creating step across boundaries that just a few years ago would have been impossible to imagine.
The RealSense™ App Challenge 2014 is an exciting competition meant to spur developers from all over the world to forge new ground in the field of perceptual computing. Voice control, gesture recognition, facial analysis, and augmented reality are just some of the ideations we’re looking forward to in this challenge.
A recent survey on developer economics put together by analytics firm VisionMobile polled 6000 respondents from 115 different countries on their motivations, challenges, and future plans for app development. The results give some intriguing insights into what are the prime motivating factors behind what developers do; namely, a sense of achievement and not money is the main motivating factor in software development (of course, a paycheck is always appreciated).
Perceptual computing seems to be on a lot of people’s minds lately. From a quest to find the Ultimate Coder to the worldwide Intel Perceptual Computing Challenge to a free Perceptual Computing SDK, there are plenty of opportunities for developers to get involved in this cutting-edge exploration of how humans interact with computers.
It’s an exciting time to be a developer, especially if you’re interested in perceptual computing. At Computex last week, Intel announced that Intel Capital will be creating a $100 million Intel Capital Experiences and Perceptual Computing Fund over the next two to three years in order to support developments in this rapidly moving field:
A Intel em apoio a comunidades de desenvolvedores de software está promovendo uma noite com uma palestra sobre Intel® Perceptual Computing SDK e um mini dojo!
Tudo isso de graça no auditório da Intel dia 13 de junho (quinta feira), a partir das 19:00.
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