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Been itching to get your hands into gesture-based computing? A key piece of the equation is now available. Intel recently announced public availability of its new The Creative* Interactive Gesture Camera Developer Kit. The $149 camera is a small, light-weight, USB-powered device optimized for close-range interactivity.  Designed for ease of setup and portability, it includes an HD webcam, depth sensor and built-in dual-array microphones for capturing and recognizing voice, gestures and images.  Paired with the Intel® Perceptual Computing SDK Beta 2013 unveiled last October, the camera lets developers  create the next generation of natural, immersive, innovative software applications that incorporate close-range hand tracking, speech recognition, face analysis and 2D/3D object tracking on Intel Core ™ processor-powered Ultrabook™ devices, laptops and PCs. Check it out and buy here

To see demos of perceptual computing:

http://software.intel.com/en-us/vcsource/tools/perceptual-computing-sdk

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=catt5ZHCnl4

RELATED VIDEO: Perceptual Computing: Human Interaction as the Next-Generation User Interface

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12 comments
Alderl
Alderl

Very , Very,  cool ,.. How where I can buy in Mexico?

jmaglitta
jmaglitta

That is a very interesting use. You've inspired me to show to my brother, who has an autistic son. Thanks BDD.


IvanKirichenko
IvanKirichenko

Interesting. Is it like MS Kinect? If so, there will be are a lot of Kinect-like games for, let's say, OUYA :)

frankdavilave
frankdavilave

Soy de Venezuela, que tiendas de los EEUU tienen este producto en venta?