At the Intel Developer Forum, I was able to interview a few innovators who appeared on stage during the keynote by Intel’s Dadi Perlmutter.
I got to talk with Sixense’s CTO and Chief Architect Jeff Bellinghausen backstage after he appearted on the day one keynote at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francsico on September 13, 2010. Here he tells about his game and computer controlling technology that can manipulate objects, grab and move them, and enlarge and shrink things on the computer screen. He also talks about his experience working with Intel and the second generation Intel Core processor technology, codenamed Sandy Bridge.
No Mouse, All Hands
After appearing on stage during Intel CEO Paul Otellini’s keynote at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on September 13, my Intel pal Larry and I got to talk with Doug MacDougall about his demonstration of his hand motion computer control technology, GestureTek. Doug explains why the second generation Intel Core processors, codenamed Sandy Bridge, helps provide a real-time performance boost that brings life-like hand control to computers and smart devices.
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