At the 2013 Intel Developer Conference (IDF), the company has announced that Asus, Dell, HP and Lenovo will install 3D-depth cameras inside the screen bezel of personal computers, starting in the second half of 2014. Ever looked at your laptop and wanted Kinect-like motion tracking implemented for that added functionality? It could well become reality.
Not only will laptops be able to take advantage of these USB modules, but also all-in-one computers. Intel has reportedly had its eye on motion tracking technology for some time, and the presentation at IDF is Intel's next step in achieving that goal of implementing such a feature. It'll be interesting to see exactly how OEMs go about this and how consumers will be able to utilise the technology.
Source: The Verge