The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Intel is throwing a cool $100 million towards "perceptual" computing technologies like voice and gesture control. The future might be here sooner than we thought.
Mooly Eden steps out of the world of transistors and microprocessors for a moment. "If you want a simple explanation of what we're doing, just look to Asimov," the head of Intel's Perceptual Computing push says, explaining. "Or Star Trek, Star Wars, and Avatar. The ideas have been in science fiction for years, and now…
Intel's Perceptual Computing SDK is so smart that it can pick you out from the world around you and put you on any background as if the whole world was a green screen. Think Kinect only way way smarter.