Intel RealSense comes to gaming

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    Intel chief executive Brian Krzanich showed onstage how his company’s RealSense camera, which can sense and digitize the environment it sees, will be integrated into games.

    Intel made the announcement at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco. Razer is using the Intel RealSense camera in a product that will debut next year. The camera will be able to capture images of the gamer and integrate that into the gameplay, Krzanich said in his keynote speech at a big Intel event.

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    He also showed a racing game, Skylake, created by iRacing and VRX. The game included a full-fledged racing simulator with a RealSense camera attached to it. The camera sees where the car driver’s face is looking during the simulation.