intel realsense’s first-quarter results revealed a bright future for the company. Revenues increased by 78% year over year, to $2.3 billion, and net income was up 71%. The company also reported strong growth in its data center business. intel realsense’s strong results are good news for businesses of all sizes. The company’s products allow businesses to see and understand their surroundings in unprecedented detail. This capability is essential for many industries, such as retail, transportation, and security. intel realsense is not the only player in this market space; other companies include rivals such as fresenius kabi and smartronix. However, intel realsense has been able to win over customers with its innovative products and strong customer service.

Intel Realsense introduces Atmoswiggler

Intel’s RealSense technology has taken the industry by storm with its ability to create 3D images and videos with unprecedented accuracy. Now the company is expanding its reach into the Augmented Reality (AR) space with the introduction of Atmoswiggler.

Atmoswiggler is a software development kit (SDK) that allows developers to create AR applications for mobile devices using Intel’s RealSense cameras. The SDK provides access to features such as facial recognition, motion tracking, and environment mapping. Once created, these apps can be distributed through popular app stores such as Google Play and the Apple App Store.

The potential applications for Atmoswiggler are endless. For example, it could be used to create customised advertising experiences or allow users to explore unique destinations without ever leaving their home. Additionally, it could be used in educational settings to help students learn new information outside of the classroom.

With so many potential uses, it’s no wonder Intel is excited about Atmoswiggler. The SDK is free to download and use, so there’s no reason not to get started Creating amazing AR experiences today!

Apple plans to launch its own AR glasses by 2020

Apple plans to launch its own AR glasses by 2020, according to a report from The Information. The glasses would allow users to see virtual objects and environments in real time, and could be used for a variety of purposes including augmented reality applications and gaming. Apple is already working on the technology behind the glasses, and has filed patents related to the project.

The report says that Apple is trying to establish itself as the leading player in AR tech, and is looking to take advantage of the growing interest in the technology. Other companies such as Facebook and Google are also reportedly working on their own versions of AR glasses, so Apple will face competition when it launches its product. However, with its history of developing innovative products, Apple is likely to achieve success with its own AR glasses.

Facebook unveils its new Portal virtual reality headset

Facebook has unveiled its new Portal virtual reality headset, which it claims is the most advanced VR headset on the market. The headset uses Intel RealSense technology to provide a realistic and immersive experience.

The Portal headset supports both Android and iOS devices, and can be used with apps such as Facebook, Netflix, and YouTube. It also includes a microphone and controller to enable users to interact with the environment around them.

The Portal headset is expected to be available in early 2018 for $399.

Google’s Project Tango debuts

Google’s Project Tango debuts
Project Tango is Google’s latest foray into the world of augmented reality. It was announced at the Google I/O conference back in May, and has been under development for quite some time. The goal of Project Tango is to enable users to interact with their digital environments in a more natural way, by allowing them to see and understand what is around them.

One of the first applications that will take advantage of Project Tango is ATMs. Wiggers Ventures’ Senior Editor, Tim Stevens, had the chance to try out the technology at Intel’s booth at CES this year. He explained that ATMs are one of the first places where you can see how well Project Tango works. By using the sensor system embedded in Project Tango devices, he was able to navigate his surroundings and find an ATM quickly and easily.

Although there are still some kinks that need to be worked out (such as accurate tracking in low-light environments), it appears that Project Tango has a lot of potential. So far, it seems like it could be a game changer for the Augmented Reality industry.

Nvidia’s DGX-1 supercomputer is Turing-ready and can handle 128GB of HBM2 memory

The Nvidia DGX-1 (maxing out at 10 Petaflops) is an incredibly powerful computer that can handle 128GB of HBM2 memory. This means that it has the ability to process data much faster than any other computer on the market. It also has the capability to run various AI and deep learning software, making it perfect for jobs such as facial recognition or object recognition.

AMD launches Radeon Instinct MI60 graphics card

AMD launches Radeon Instinct MI60 graphics card
Intel’s RealSense Q camera is a powerful tool for capturing and analyzing data. With its latest release, the RealSense Q ATMs, Intel has taken its technology one step further by adding real-time intelligence to the camera. This allows businesses to more easily analyze and interpret data in real time.

The new Radeon Instinct MI60 graphics card is designed for heavyduty gaming and professional applications. It features AMD’s newest GPUs, including the Polaris 10 and Vega 10, as well as 8GB of GDDR5 memory. The card also has a built-in thermal sensor that monitors the temperature of the user’s system, ensuring they get the most out of their hardware.

Samsung announces a new line of

Intel Realsense Q ATMs

Samsung has announced a new line of ATMs that come equipped with Intel’s Realsense Q technology. The new machines are said to be able to identify and read cardholder information with an accuracy of up to 98 percent, making them ideal for high-security environments. The machines will also be able to process transactions at speeds of up to 200 transactions per minute.

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