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A look at Intel's booth

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A look at Intel's booth

This prosthetic hand was built with 3D printing and has robotic movement.

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A look at Intel's booth

The Oculus Rift is popular this year, too -- here we see four visitors playing with a virtual ball.  Their gestures are being read via Webcams and integrated into the experience, which is groundbreaking.

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A look at Intel's booth

Intel's booth gives visitors the chance to kick back and take in presentations about the latest innovations.

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A look at Intel's booth

I'm also seeing a lot of 3D printers throughout the show-- often as part of demos by other companies. Here we see some 3D facial scanning software that works with your laptop's Webcam.

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A look at Intel's booth

Of course, there are plenty of laptops to check out in addition to the interesting demos.

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A look at Intel's booth

Ever wanted to scan a banana?  Now you can render 3D models of anything small enough to scan on your desk.

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A look at Intel's booth

Drones abound at CES, but this one was particularly intimidating!

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A look at Intel's booth

And of course, there are tablets galore.

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Another 3D printer demo!

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