Intel Showcases Futuristic Technology at Research Day

A few examples of types of things to expect:

Energy - from wireless power, to using your own body movements to "over-the-counter" sensors, how technology is going to enable consumers to become more informed of their energy consumption and manage it better.

Transportation - Intel Labs vision of the future "smart car". A car will be on display equipped with the latest in research for transportation. An atom phone that controls temp and more, LED lights with the ability to communicate for accident avoidance, access to the cloud and if impact occurs, car records audio/video, and smart charging for energy efficiency.

New interface to computers - Goodbye Keyboard & Mouse. Hello: hand gestures, surface projection & mind reading. Intel Labs predicts all new ways of interacting with technology. At the event, experience speech recognition, robots, computers who read minds, and laptops, mobile phones using cameras that can recognize gestures and mini projection to turn regular kitchen tables into touch screens.

Cloud - research for visual and cloud computing, context awareness and how Intel plans to deal with the flood of data that is upon us. Includes a large 3D "wall" display with a rear projection screen and polarized glasses to allow an immersive experience for the audience.

Platform Innovation - innovations in the labs for future Intel platforms, including virtualization, resiliency/circuits research, wimax platform power management and more.

Source: CDRINFO

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