Realsense Camera, Fossil Smartwatch & Curie Chip: Intel’s Future Visions

At Intel’s Developer Conference, IDF, there were not only news for friends of processors and programmer, but also three pretty cool gadgets.
Ask somebody who knows it. Said and done. Android wear Smartwatches always only from technology companies such as LG, Samsung and Motorola were, now also the jewellery and watch manufacturer fossil has introduced a watch with the Google operating system.The stage was for Intel’s Developer Conference IDF.
New Smartwatch, a few details
Much of watch manufacturer but not about the smart time iron betrayed. Externally, one could confuse smooth with the Moto 360 hours, because fossil model is not only circular, it has also a black bar at the bottom of the screen. A chip from Intel is inside. This applies not only to the Smartwatch, but also for the smart bracelet and the”connected watch”, which had a fossil in the program. All three devices should be lautThe verge at Christmas in the shops.
The company already at CES showed that Intel knows about small chips for wearables, 2015 in Las Vegas. Been there, Brian Krzanich showed the Curie, a computer the size of a trouser button. Inside you’ll find a Quark Intel CPU, 384 kilobytes of memory, 80 kilobytes memory and a six axis accelerometer. For the communication with Smartphone and tablet, Intel installed a Bluetooth-LE module. On the own Developer Conference, Krzanich controlled several robot spiders at the same time on a bracelet. Thanks to its compact size, a usage not only in wearables but also in clothing is possible.
Google and Intel are working on measuring the world
Another project has, however, not directly to do with wearables. WieEngadget reported to have done Google and Intel together and the Project Tango motion-tracking technologies combined with theRealSense camera from Intel. The result is a 6-inch Smartphone witha depth camera that provides three-dimensional images. This “her films” an object simply by all sides with the unit off. A software creates a 3D model of the object in real time.
So not just 3D maps of interiors can be created, the technology canbe used for new games. On the Google I/O, the Tango developersshowed as a first person shooter with augmented reality elements, in which the previously scanned room served as the playing field.