Intel® Sponsors of Tomorrow™
- We are a move-society-forward-by-quantum-
leaps company. And we’re already working on
the next century’s innovations.
You'll Know It - Video
Introducing the 2nd generation of Intel® Core™ processors for a visibly smart computing experience.
Intel Sponsors of Tomorrow.™ - A Minute with Genevieve Bell
This one-minute video shows Intel Genevieve Bell as she explores technology through everyday curiosity. (1:00)
See the amazing things you can do with 2nd generation Intel® Core™ processors.
Manny Vara Video
Manny Vara, Intel Labs, envisions future technology adapting to us, not the other way around. (1:39)
Tomm Aldridge Video
Tomm Aldridge, Intel, explains how Intel’s energy technology paves the way to a brighter future. (1:40)
Sponsors of Tomorrow™ - Rock Star
All computers aren't created equal. Get rock star performance from your next PC.
Bill Mark Video
Ultra-realistic 3D imagery in the future, illustrated by Bill Mark, Advanced Graphics Research. (1:33)
Virtual Footwear Wall* from Adidas and Intel
See customers get succinct product solutions on a virtual footwear wall via 3D touch point imaging. (2:38)
Kraft Foods* Interactive Shopping Experience
Innovative, interactive shopping experience through a collaboration with Kraft and Intel. (3:28)
MayaFit Digital Fitness Trainer* From Respondesign
Mayafit Digital Fitness Trainer* from Respondesign uses Intel® Core™ i5 processor with Intel® Active Management Technology. (4:08)
Eric Dishman on Healthcare Technology
Eric Dishman (Intel) imagines a future with the technology to address healthcare needs at home. (1:26)
Computing Communication Based on Hand Gesture
In the future, computer commands may be as simple as a flick of your wrist. (1:42)
Jennifer Healey: Sensors and Emotion
Intel research scientist envisions how sensors might someday read our emotional state. (1:28)
Lily Mummert Video
Lily Mummert describes a future where sensors will see our world better than we do. (1:55)
Olufemi Dosunmu Video
Senior Research Scientist Olufemi Dosunmi discusses the possibility of using light to transfer files. (1:15)