Intel has unveiled a new version of its Compute Stick range which is now equipped with a RealSense camera, that is capable of providing depth-sensing imagery and data for a variety of new applications.
The RealSense camera takes the form of a Realsense F200 camera and has been added to the mini stick PC to provide the possibility of connecting it to your large screen TV or monitor using an available HDMI port offering the ability to use gesture controls or creates other applications that require depth-sensing technology.
Brad Linder from Liliputing explains :
One key benefit to including this camera on a tiny PC Stick is that you could connect the stick to an HDMI port on the side of a monitor TV (or use an extension cable and mount so that it’s on the side of the display) and angle the camera so it points forward. Then you could use the camera to login to Windows or third-party applications or websites using the Windows Hello feature.
The Realsense F200 camera supports 8-bit infrared capture and 1080p colour video recording at 30 frames per second and more can be seen in the video below created by the Notebook Italia website.Filed Under: Hardware, Top News