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Intel CES 2015 keynote with CEO Brian Krzanich

CEO Brian Krzanich will present Intel's blueprint for the future at his CES 2015 keynote address on Tuesday, January 6. Likely topics include wearable tech, the Internet of Things and -- possibly -- Intel's new Broadwell chips.

  • Ben Fox Rubin 1/7/2015 12:59:10 AM
    Sprout is a computer that also does 3D imaging.
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    Weisler: Sprout uses RealSense camera to see depth.
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    Sprout was first announced in October.
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    Krzanich: 3D printing is near to my heart.
  • Nick Statt 1/7/2015 1:00:54 AM
    So far, it's clear that Intel has been putting a considerable amount of investment into RealSense. It's been the cornerstone of Krzanich's talk this whole time.
  • Ben Fox Rubin 1/7/2015 1:01:10 AM
    Weisler: We decided to go into 3D printing when we could transform the industry.
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    Weisler: Multi Jet Fusion can print faster, and print more-robust parts, than other 3D printers.
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    Multi Jet Fusion isn't out on the market yet and won't really be broadly available until 2016.
  • James Martin 1/7/2015 1:03:23 AM
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    Weisler: Multi Jet Fusion will be powered by Intel's Core i& processor.
  • Nick Statt 1/7/2015 1:03:45 AM
    Weisler is quite the salesman. Crowd seems more fired up for 3D printing right now than we've seen in quite some time.
  • Ben Fox Rubin 1/7/2015 1:04:23 AM
    There's potential for Multi Jet Fusion to make a big change in 3D printing, but it's still being developed.
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    Krzanich: We always have an eye on what's next. I want to get you a glimpse of what's in our labs.
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    Krzanich: We're working on a 3D input with a 3D display.
  • Nick Statt 1/7/2015 1:05:12 AM
    Krzanich now talking "Star Wars" and "Minority Report" concepts come to life.
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    The idea is to go beyond normal touchscreen -- a display floating in the air.
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    In the demo, a guy is playing keys of piano without touching the screen.
  • Nick Statt 1/7/2015 1:06:29 AM
    We can only handle so much gesture-controlled air piano, after all.
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    Krzanich: We haven't put this in a product yet, but it's a great idea of where future is heading. I want you to see where this technology is headed.
  • Ben Fox Rubin 1/7/2015 1:07:18 AM
    OK, after about 30 minutes, we're moving away from RealSense to "intelligence everywhere."
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    Krzanich: Everything that was standalone is now becoming connected.
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    This concept of Internet of Things has been a big theme of this year's CES.
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    Both LG and Samsung, to name just two, discussed a lot about the Internet of Things at their presentations at CES this year.
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    Demo has a woman entering her home by way of a machine reading her face.
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    Megan is locked out, everybody.
  • Ben Fox Rubin 1/7/2015 1:09:04 AM
    OK, it's not wait. We got it.
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    "This completely changes what an intelligent home is about," which happens to be not getting inside your home for a few minutes one might think.
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  • Ben Fox Rubin 1/7/2015 1:10:09 AM
    Krzanich: It would be impossible to talk about intelligence everywhere without talking about robotics. Intel has been working with iRobot, inventor of the Roomba vaccuum.
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    CEO of iRobot "on stage" with a telepresence robot. He's actually in Boston.
  • James Martin 1/7/2015 1:10:44 AM
  • Nick Statt 1/7/2015 1:10:45 AM
    We have iRobot CEO Colin Angle here via creepy rolling robot computer screen.
  • Nick Statt 1/7/2015 1:10:54 AM
    Otherwise known in corporate speak as "telepresence."
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