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Enter the world of augmented reality

15 Jun 2015  | Rick Merritt

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SoftKinetic rolls reference board

Reference board

SoftKinetic showed a reference board (above) for its depth sensor that it hopes to integrate into tablets, notebooks and headsets such as the Oculus (below). It is expected to appear in a new VR headset emerging at E3, the big annual entertainment event this week.

Intel took out space front and centre of the show floor to display its R-200 depth sensor for its RealSense 3D platform (bottom). The technology behind the depth sensor emerged from three small Intel acquisitions.

Oculus

3D platform


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