Razer RealSense

Intel's RealSense technology, which supports Windows Hello sign-in features in Windows 10, will be used by noted game accessory and PC maker Razer inside its upcoming 3D camera.

Engadget reports that Intel revealed Razer's camera as part of its Intel Developer Forum keynote address. Details about the camera are still scarce, but it's being made specifically for gaming. The camera, which does not yet have an official name, will be able to track the movements of a player, such as head movements when he or she looks to the side of a racing car's cockpit. The camera is supposed to be released sometime in the first quarter of 2016, but no price was announced.

Source: Engadget