Intel puts you in the artwork in real-time with RealSense
After showing off its facial and gesture recognition technology this year at CES, Intel is making a real splash with real sense at Australia's biggest live show, Vivid Sydney.
Vivid Sydney is all about combining ideas, technology, and dazzling light shows.
And Intel has run with this, with an eye catching REALsense installation.
Set up in the heart of the festival hub.
Where visitors can get up close and personal with the technology.
A small laptop technology captures your movements in real time.
Animating them into cool graphics on a massive display.
So yesterday's computers could only see in 2D.
Today's computers, with Intel inside and real sense technology, can see this world in the same way that we can in 3D.
These applications give consumers a great example of depth of feel.
So there's two applications that we're using here.
One is called Sandman, and another one is called Warrior Wave.
There are great examples of things like gesture recognition, facial recognition And great examples of gaming that works with real sense.
The interactive display is just one of the many gig friendly things to see at Vivid.
With light installations driven by computer code, and a drone flying area also on offer.
Vivid Sydney runs until the 8th of June.
For plenty more tech news, head to CNET.com.
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