In pictures: Intel Labs opens its doors

10th annual Research@Intel showcases future technologies.

By on Jul 2, 2012
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Intel's 10th annual Research@Intel event showcased "Facets of Future Life", featuring more than 20 research projects Intel says will transform the future of technology.

Pictured: Intel Labs' Avatar Video Chat tracks the users' movements and mannerisms, and echoes them with a customised avatar.

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Intel has developed technologies aiming to shape the 3D future of the internet. XML3D enables creation of interactive 3D graphics for the browser, while River Trail claims to boost performance up to 10 times thanks to web applications that exploit Intel multi-core CPU.

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Intel's Virtual Dressing Room allows customers to try on clothes virtually. Shoppers feel they are modelling clothes in front of a physical mirror thanks to 3D cameras, body tracking, cloth simulation and realistic rendering.

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Intel debuted several innovations for 'smart cities', including infrastructure to help with traffic congestion, water, air quality monitoring and off-peak charging for electric vehicles.

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Intel's Enhanced Video Streaming forms part of the company's investigation into technologies potentially able to increase wireless network capacity and deliver improved video streaming.

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Intel predicts future cars will be able to create their own data and interpret surrounding environments.

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Attendees testing the new car technologies.

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Gesture drive, real-time product location and browsing.

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