Intel RealSense™ Technology Brings Human-like Senses to Devices

Intel® RealSense™ Technology was introduced in 2014 with short-range 3D depth cameras for notebooks and All-in-One desktops. Continuing the innovation, Intel announced RealSense™ Camera R200, a long-range depth camera for 2-in-1s and tablets at CES 2016.
 
With that, Intel also announced the RealSense™ Camera ZR300, an integrated unit within the Intel® RealSense™ Smartphone Developer Kit.
 
 
 
Sanjay Vora, vice president in the Client Computing Group and general manager of User Experiences at Intel Corporation stated via a blog post:
 
"Both new additions to the RealSense family of depth-sensing cameras greatly expands on the universe of applications and use cases for mobile devices – PCs, tablets and phones. Moreover, the short-range Intel® RealSense™ Camera F200 continues to experience strong momentum with integration into more than 25 OEM systems in multiple form factors."
 
Intel® RealSense™ Camera R200

It is integrated into 6th Generation Intel® Core™ platforms and is a camera module integrated into the back of 2-in-1 detachable PCs and tablets. This would allow people to experience:
 
3D scanning: Easily scan people and objects in 3D to share on social media or print on a 3D printer.
Immersive Gaming: Scan oneself into a game and be the character in top-rated games like Grand Theft Auto. That would be exciting, right? 
Improved Photography/Video: Create live video with depth enabled special effects. Also, it would enable users to enhance the focus and color of photographs.
 
Intel® RealSense™ Camera ZR300
 
This new camera by Intel is being featured as an integrated unit within the newly announced Intel® RealSense™ Smartphone Developer Kit (coming soon). The camera provides high-quality and high-density depth data at VGA-resolution of 60 frames/second. It supports Google Project Tango specifications for robust feature tracking and synchronization via time stamping between sensors. It was also mentioned that the ZR300 camera will only be available as an integrated module inside the Intel RealSense Smartphone Developer Kit, whose pre-order site goes live at CES 2016.
 
For more information, visit the Intel RealSense Technology official website.