Intel shows off futuristic technologies Video
Intel shows off futuristic technologies Video Transcript
How you use technology ten years from now while the research at Intel event in San Francisco on Tuesday offered a glimpse. If there's a trend at this event it's that the technology that we use in the future we'll collect more information about it. At home. At work. And it. -- anyone who's driven in a thunderstorm knows it can be miserable Smart headlights would create greater visibility by shining light between raindrops. A high speed camera and processor worked together to predict the rain -- -- The light is switched off in those locations. -- got rain falling down and you've got lights going through -- really what it's doing. It's allowing you to look through the reflection of -- For the snap happy among us interactive surfaces combine projectors and the Microsoft connect to turn any surface into a touch screen. Your living room is now a life size photo album too big. -- your favorites to the -- fold. A modern day photo frame and finally that -- of keys you lug around -- -- be obsolete facial voice and gesture recognition along with biometric scans -- verify your identity and unlock your front door or car. Of course that -- makes people nervous. We need to keep that secure we need to have control over our information data by itself is meaningless. -- only means something when it comes back to us and makes our lives better. The future gazing it's usually a fun exercise the harder part is waiting to see if the technology actually materializes. In -- Cisco I'm -- -- cnet.com. For CBS news yeah.
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