The sights and sounds of Intel: A dazzling CES booth tour
Intel's booth at CES is always a hotbed of exciting new tech. PCWorld editor Mark Hachman takes you inside for a personal tour.
CES can be an overwhelming experience. If you want to cut through the clutter and get straight to where the next-generation-computing action is, just make a beeline for Intel's booth. Not surprisingly, the chip maker goes all-out for this annual event, with demos of the cutting-edge technologies it's currently focused on. It's a pretty good bellwether for the sorts of products we can expect to see in the near future. Because more so than with many of the exhibitors here, you can safely bet that any innovations backed by Intel stand a good chance of making their way to market, and thus into our lives.
This year, the booth highlighted body sensors as a means of mass data collection and more pinpointed applications, and RealSense camera integration for more immersive experiences. For a better idea of what this means, check out the video.