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Tuesday, 04 June 2013 20:40

Intel announces Creative Senz3D peripheral camera

Written by Slobodan Simic



Screen manipulation via gestures

Intel is quite keen on bringing hand gesture control to computers and during its keynote at Computex 2013 Taipei it announced the new Cretive Senz3D Peripheral Camera that looks a lot better than what we had a chance to see back at Intel Developer Forum.

The new camera actually eliminates the background allowing much beeter object manipulation via gestures. The new 3D depth camera is part of Intel's perceptual computing that has been talking about since January. According to Tom Kilroy, Intel's VP of marketing, the new Senz3D Peripheral Camera is like adding to eyes to system.

The new Creative's Senz3D camera is expected to hit retail next quarter and Intel plans to incorporate the technology into devices during the second half of next year.

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