1. Cameras that measure real-life distances.
2. Cars that can tell if a driver is becoming drowsy.
3. Facial recognition for web security.
4. Sports helmets that can help diagnose concussions.
5. And motorcycle helmets that act as your co-pilot.
6. Truly connected cities.
7. 3D printing is making prosthetics a reality for all.
8. Smart earbuds that can monitor your heart rate.
9. Kitchens that know what's good for you.
The kitchen of the future still requires you to lift a finger or two, but not much more than that. Voice control and hand gestures can be used to stop and start videos, set timers, and switch between recipes, whilst other innovations include smart appliances that can offer suggestions based on what you have in the fridge.
10. Robots. Lots of them.
With Intel® RealSense™ technology, the future really is here today.
Its depth-sensing technology includes not one, but three cameras that enable new ways to interact in gaming, entertainment, photography, and content creation.