The RealSense 3D camera is a small module equipped with infrared lasers, multiple imaging devices, and special processing chips. These components work together to allow the camera to capture not only color pixels, but also the distance of the pixels on objects within the camera’s fields of view. That way it preserves the full 3D information of the scene.
It allows users to creatively play with focus, depth, background and color. The whole unit, including the connector that transmits the information, is about the size of a stick of gum.
April 14th, 2015 marks the 50th anniversary of the initial publication of Gordon Moore's article entitled "Cramming more components onto integrated circuits" in Electronics Magazine. The article detailed what has become to be known as "Moore's Law", essentially described as the basic business model for the semiconductor industry.
Moore's Law has driven fundamental shifts in computing, networking, storage and communication devices all over the world. Thereby enriching and enabling the technology that drives our experiences today. Join us in celebrating this anniversary event with the curated videos on this list.