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Intel CTO: Smart Sensors, Wearable Tech Coming Soon
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RED-DOLPHIN
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RED-DOLPHIN,
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3/5/2013 | 2:23:44 PM
re: Intel CTO: Smart Sensors, Wearable Tech Coming Soon
Thanks Michael, was good to read and understand that some companies like INTEL see a lot of opportunities with all kind of sensors (hard, soft, bio).
Michael Endler
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1/17/2013 | 5:35:20 PM
re: Intel CTO: Smart Sensors, Wearable Tech Coming Soon
I don't see why not!
GAProgrammer
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1/17/2013 | 1:40:58 PM
re: Intel CTO: Smart Sensors, Wearable Tech Coming Soon
"As tools and processes mature, though, Rattner said "everyone knows that the ultimate is: you want augmented reality, the virtual world overload on the physical world."

Shouldn't that be overLAYED? There is an editorial staff at IW, right? With the articles I've read lately, it makes me wonder....
wht
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1/16/2013 | 6:48:02 PM
re: Intel CTO: Smart Sensors, Wearable Tech Coming Soon
With these sensors will I be able to idenify who farted in a room full of people? Just one of the applications I can think of for personal uses of this technology.


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