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Client to Cloud: The Computing Explosion on Intel® Architecture
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What to See at IDF
Intel Labs shows future applications for facial recognition (2:47)
Highlights from IDF 2011 San Francisco. (2:00)
IDF2011: Intel® Embedded and Communications Group show an automobile traffic monitoring system. (1:04)
See how the evolution of computing has inspired people in surprising ways. (2:28)
Watch Naotaka Fujita, director and board member, OKI Semiconductor, discuss the Intel® Atom™ E600. (3:35)
Discussion on the most significant aspects of new Sandy Bridge processor technology. (1:13)
This technology demo shows how MeeGo and Intel technology can make homework fun. (1:53)
IDF Sao Paulo Highlights
The water quality sensor monitors 16 different water contaminants in wells, reservoirs, and more.
Lego retail stores use augmented reality to create 3D models of toys with the use of interactive boxes. (1:45)
Demo shows how combining video and computer graphics can achieve independent multi-reality. (2:17)
Research on intelligent traffic systems help manage highways and guide congested traffic. (2:54)
Dubbed Seamless Heterogeneous Mobility, the technology allows uninterrupted video calls on 3G and Wi-Fi.
The Oil Rig Accelerometer has sensors help to insure safety and stability of structures at sea. (1:12)
The emergency response radar aids emergency responders plan instantly and agilely. (0:42)