Intel CEO Brian Krzanich's CES 2016 keynote | CNET

Intel CEO Brian Krzanich's CES 2016 keynote

The chip maker's chief talks about what Intel has in store for the coming year.

  • Richard Nieva 1/6/2016 2:38:16 AM
    He says the announcements they are making today will come to us in the next few months.
  • James Martin 1/6/2016 2:38:22 AM
  • Richard Nieva 1/6/2016 2:38:46 AM
    During the keynote, we're going to talk about sports and gaming, health and fitness and creativity.
  • James Martin 1/6/2016 2:38:53 AM
  • Richard Nieva 1/6/2016 2:38:53 AM
    First up, sports.
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    He's talking about the rise of eSports, and the power of Twitch and YouTube.
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    Krzanich says he played in a League of Legends tournament in November.
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    He's bringing out Stephanie Harvey, the leader of an all-female gaming team.
  • James Martin 1/6/2016 2:41:36 AM
  • Richard Nieva 1/6/2016 2:41:44 AM
    (Harvey is sponsored by Intel)
  • Richard Nieva 1/6/2016 2:42:41 AM
    She's touting Intel hardware and processors while playing Rainbow Six.
  • James Martin 1/6/2016 2:43:34 AM
  • Richard Nieva 1/6/2016 2:43:48 AM
    Harvey will be livestreaming her gaming from Intel's booth all week.
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    "Gaming should not only be immersive. We thought, it should be personal as well."
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    He's showing off Intel's RealSense technology, which can put a person inside a game.
  • Richard Nieva 1/6/2016 2:45:02 AM
    He's doing a 3D capture of Krzanich to put him into a game.
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  • Richard Nieva 1/6/2016 2:46:20 AM
    We're seeing footage of Krzanich inside a shooter game wearing army fatigues.
  • Richard Nieva 1/6/2016 2:46:44 AM
    Moving on from eSports, he's talking about physical sports now.
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    He's introducing something called "Free D" video.
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    It turns a real experience into a 3D game, viewable from any angle.
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    You'll be able to change the angles on highlights.
  • Richard Nieva 1/6/2016 2:49:16 AM
    "What you're seeing is the power to redefine what it means to watch and see sports."
  • James Martin 1/6/2016 2:49:27 AM
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    He's bringing out skateboard ramps now.
  • Richard Nieva 1/6/2016 2:50:27 AM
    The next demo will showcase what Intel's Curie chip can do.
  • James Martin 1/6/2016 2:50:51 AM
  • Richard Nieva 1/6/2016 2:50:54 AM
    He says the chip will ship at a price lower than $10.
  • Richard Nieva 1/6/2016 2:51:18 AM
    Two BMX riders just flipped over the ramp. (Not skateboaders!)
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  • Richard Nieva 1/6/2016 2:52:12 AM
    As the BMXers do their tricks, the chip is gathering data about how they are moving
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    The tech and data can be used for training and coaching, Intel says.
  • James Martin 1/6/2016 2:53:23 AM
  • Richard Nieva 1/6/2016 2:53:32 AM
    Now the BMXers are jumping over Krzanich.
  • James Martin 1/6/2016 2:53:54 AM
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