Intel has announced the acquisition of Movidius Technology, which has developed computer vision products since 2006. Intel plans to incorporate Movidius' technology for its RealSense 3D camera products.
In a statement, Intel said:
The specific financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. Intel's RealSense technology is already used in PC cameras to support the Windows Hello security features in Microsoft's Windows 10 OS. In August. Microsoft and Intel announced a collaboration for "Project Alloy", a VR/AR headset that will combine Intel's RealSense cameras with the Microsoft Holographic software.
Unrelated to this article - but I find it funny that the Windows Central shop is advertising products that have Samsung phones in the photos! Why don't you just call it the Mobile Nations shop instead...?
Advertising doesn't have to follow any rules. They can serve ads of related products. You're on a website that discusses phones. Well this phone is on sale might as well show it.
Well my 'ad free' paid WP 8.1 app has had lotsa ads recently like how to master Linux etc :)
Since Microsoft is a partner in the Project Alloy it won't be a stretch to believe they'll incorporate into Scorpio due next year.
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