Intel provides smartphone ‘Real Sense 3D’ camera




Intel has shown a smartphone during the Chinese IDF 2015 which was equipped with a new version of Intel’s Real Sense technology. The ‘3D camera is smaller and thinner than existing models Real Sense and would further away objects can recognize.

Intel Real Sense is a camera with depth sensor that ensures that devices such as laptops, tablets and all-in-ones can scan faces, objects can recognize and understand operation with hand gestures. During IDF 2015 in Shenzhen, China showed Intel CEO Brian Krzanich a new version of the technology that can be incorporated into smartphones. He left a 6 “smartphone see which was provided at the rear along the length of Real Sense, but the device was not demonstrated working, so it seems that Intel is still working on optimizing it.

The new Real Sense camera is smaller and thinner than the current versions and operates at greater distances. Details on the Intel system gave no further and it is unclear when it should appear in products. Krzanich demonstrated according to Engadget also a Windows 10-test tablet processor from Intel’s next-generation Skylake, thanks Real Sense quickly could recognize a face to log in.

Intel also demonstrated a smartphone with Atom x3 C3230RK quad-core and LTE connectivity. The group has this Atom developed in collaboration with the Chinese company Rockchip. Further appear this year 40 systems with efficient Braswell chips, the company said. This produced on 14nm Celerons and Pentium for entry-level systems appeared recently.

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