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One of the most interesting presentations at CES 2015 so far not come from anyone, and from Intel. The company announced its many initiatives aimed to target computer technology to the future, which will clearly focus on the Internet of things, although during Intel’s presentation that combination of words not mentioned even once. Things, however, were said to have been the module size button Intel Curie and impressive technology RealSense.

2014 was a year when Intel focused on portable technology it bought Basis and create partnerships with many fashion brands. It seems the plans on the subject do not stop there, as Intel CEO Brian Krzanich announced pretty significant step forward with module Intel Curie. This is a hardware module with low power consumption, which can be used as a basis for the construction of wearables, such as rings, bags, glasses, etc.

The module uses a new version of Intel Quark – Quark SE, which is the reason for its small size. It can be integrated in very small things, like the scene at CES Krzanich demonstrate this with a button on the jacket. The module uses Bluetooth LE and has all the necessary sensors, which also consume less energy. There are hardware-accelerated compared models of movement that allows proper recognition of gestures, accelerometer and gyroscope. This is combined with open-source software Viper, which allows information from the sensors to be used for practical things like recognition of movements or counting steps.

More impressive, however, was the demonstration of the technology RealSense, which we saw last year at CES and is also available in tablet Dell Venue 8 7000. On stage at CES saw the drone, which was surrounded by four people. They actually played ping-pong with the drone, who “Submit” only in his way. During the presentation, Intel focuses on the possibilities of RealSense engine that works in real time and can do things on an assessment of the position in space to read human emotions to drive.

Furthermore ping pong with drone on stage and Intel presented its employee Daryl, who lost his eyesight and wore a jacket with built RealSense. He said that his jacket helps to feel people moving around him, which he feels more comfortable in their environment. His jacket, “says” something about when it is moving or when it is near something that helps him “see” the world around. This technology can be embedded in something small, like a button, for example, a module Curie makes implementation extremely easy.

These technologies actually show the essence of this year’s CES. The future lies in a small chip in almost everything we own, and this opens many options. Among them are more expected things like control computers with gestures or Dron, not tossed in the walls, but also some surprising things like jacket Darryl. Which only shows that the potential of these technologies is enormous.

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