- Page 1 The best of IDF 2015
- Page 2 Spidergeddon is here – arachnophobes look away now!
- Page 3 Superfast 3D Xpoint storage to be called Optane
- Page 4 Intel Curie brings BMX into the digital age
- Page 5 Intel Skylake K series unlocked CPUs coming to laptops too
- Page 6 Intel RealSense brings head-tracking to racing games
- Page 7 Intel Collaborative Cancer Cloud
- Page 8 Fossil and Intel team up to create wearables
- Page 9 Intel SmartSound lets you wake your computer with your voice
- Page 10 Nabi Smart Clip baby seat monitor
- Page 11 Razer and Creative set to release RealSense cameras
Until now Intel’s depth-sensing 3D camera, RealSense, has been something of an experiment with Intel alone producing developer kits, but now Razer and Creative are set to start producing consumer versions of the camera.
The latter is a fairly generic plastic looking affair but the Razer one is a very nicely built bit of kit, with extensive use of metal and a soft-touch plastic finish to the rest.
There’s no word on exactly when they’ll arrive and how much they’ll be though.
The camera can be used for things like head tracking – useful for racing games or flight sims – as well as 3D scanning objects, plus it can be used for 3D facial recognition for quickly and easily logging into Windows 10.