This Imaging Application is scanning a toy bear to create a character for the popular game Minecraft is one of many new apps that lets users customize their games with a camera powered by an Intel chip called Real Sense.
It looks at things both in the visual spectrum, as well as the infrared spectrum.It’s bouncing infrared off which is what gives things the volume.I mean, you can scan your face, you can scan you know, the toys, just pretty much any object.
The Spatial Modeling can be used to create 3-D images of people, etching an image with a laser inside a block of glass.
A company based in Russia and California is scanning images of people to be animated characters in computer games.
Another applets musicians play virtual instruments by moving their hands through the air.
At another, a Memory Mirror helps customers decide what clothes to buy as they pose in front of a smart display.It is now on use of several department stores and can sense a person’s positon and shape.
Identify exactly where, what your boundaries and change the color whatever you are wearing without you needing to actually change the clothes itself.
Spatial Recognition can help drones maneuver through obstacles while flying at high speed.
So it can detect objects at certain distance and talk to the auto pilot on the drone and say “hey, you need to move away the objects is getting closely”.
The same system is helping robots make room delivery in hotels. Several prototypes are at work in San Francisco.
These developer apps are high-tech products from the whimsical to practical are now or may soon be on the market.
Mike O’sullivan, VOA News, San Francisco.