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Intel's Euclid brings smart sensors to robotsIntel unveils a candy-bar-sized RealSense module that will help developers build robots with better machine vision.
And we have one other product that I'm going to introduce you to today, and that's Intel's Euclid. Now Euclid is truly a developer's dream for RealSense. It's an all-in-one device that integrates Compute, communications, and the RealSense cameras into one form factor basically the size of a candy bar. Complete system, all you need. And to show us an example of this, I've brought David on stage to show us just what you can do with Euclid in a small robot he's developed. Hi, Dave. Hey, Brain. So, this is Euclid and it has everything you need to bring senses to any robot. Inside there is a Real Sense TR300 camera, an Atom processor, a variety of sensors, on-board communications and this one has a battery. So, it's essentially a self-contained PC, and it's running a bunch of Lennox and robot operating system, Now, I actually use this a lot, and I want to load on applications, and developers can load on the application that's provided, or create your own, of course And use this web-based utility that you see here on the screen, to have it on this device. And I'm gonna show you an example of what I did. I have a robot here that I've built, kinda cute, right? And I wanna give it the ability to follow me. And it's very simple, all I have to do is go through the application here. And with a few clicks I can go ahead and show you it working. Let's see, push that button right there and it's tracking there you are Brian. There I am and it's tracking me. If by that yellow [INAUDIBLE] you know it's working. So now, this is a high integrated all in one platform. And it's plug and play. So I can just simply take it into this robot and plug it in just like so. [BLANK_AUDIO] There you go. It's alive! Yep, there it is. I put it down on the ground here. I could test the application immediately. So what? Come on. Come on. Come on. There you go. It's that quick and that easy. It's Euclid. Great job. Thank you very much, Dave. [APPLAUSE]