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Intel’s CEO Brian Krzanich Keynote at CES 2015 (Full Transcript)

So that’s a pretty simple app. Let me show you another one. We took a picture earlier, my favorite gelato here. And again because RealSense understands depth, we left it black and white but let’s say, we want to add color, we want to add color as we go along, the length of the gelato, I simply scan along here and as it goes further and further back, I add the color back in. And I can continue to adjust this, whatever level and depth and degree I want. This changes how people edit and use photography. It’s quick, it’s instant and it’s integrated right into the tablet you already want to carry.

The Dell Venue 8 is on shelves this month for $399. In addition, it won the Best of CES for innovation for the 2015.

We’ve shown you now RealSense snapshot. Now let’s look at the RealSense 3D camera. We’ve given the PC eyes and ears, letting it interact with you more naturally. So let’s use an example, that’s a practical example and many of us experience every day.

Let’s talk to our cook Chuck here and have him show us how RealSense applies here.

Chuck: Hey, Brian, how is it going?

Brian Krzanich – CEO, Intel Corp

Good, Chuck. How is it going?

Chuck: Going great. But you showed the RealSense camera and its amazing things with pictures but it’s capable of so much more. In fact, it can probably help you in places you never even thought of, like the kitchen.

Brian Krzanich – CEO, Intel Corp

Yep, I agree.

Chuck: So I found the great mouthwatering recipe for wings on the Food Network website. So I brought my laptop. I want to show you – well –

Brian Krzanich – CEO, Intel Corp

It looks like my daughter’s laptop at the time, yes.

Chuck: Yeah. This is what happens when you bring your laptop into the kitchen and use it with [yolky] fingers, right? So RealSense can take care that whole thing for you. Let me show you. So I have a clip of this recipe to make wings. So using my voice on the start of that clip, play video – so it seems pretty simple. I take my spices, put them all into the bowl, mix them up here, cooking is really not that hard.

Brian Krzanich – CEO, Intel Corp

No, it’s not.

Chuck: Say I take my chicken, added to the bowl, add my spices, I can mix it all up here. Now you don’t need this video, well, I think I got this part down. So stopped video. So you can see, got my chicken, it’s all marinated here, I got the dry rub going. I really want to see what’s the next step in the recipe.

So using the RealSense camera, I can prevent that. So you’re able to bring that recipe right in. If I want to scroll to the end, I simple make that gesture and that lets me scroll. There we go. Get to the end. I can see some more stuff I have to do. So see, the sauce I have to make next. But you know what, so before I make that sauce, let’s go back to that clip. So let’s get rid of the recipe and since our camera sees it left and right and depth, I can actually start the clip with just a gesture. There we go. They will start it. I can go to the rest of the sauce. I can stop it, simple gesture. Let’s finish marinating this up.

Brian Krzanich – CEO, Intel Corp

I am getting hungry.

Chuck: So let’s put it on the grill right now. There we go. Only one thing left. Open timer. Start timer. We are 15 minutes away from chicken wing cabin.

Brian Krzanich – CEO, Intel Corp

Chuck, I checked your hand but I will pass.

Chuck never use a mouse or a keyboard or touch the screen. All of this interaction was done with his voice and gestures, kind of a natural way we always communicate. This will be available on Food Network this spring.

We’re bringing the RealSense technology that you saw in a number of new devices from major computer manufacturers. You just saw the Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga 15 with Intel RealSense 3D camera in this previous demo. In this quarter, seven of our partners are launching new RealSense-enabled devices, partners like Acer, Asus, Dell, Fujitsu, HP, Lenovo, NEC.

We also believe that the next wave of computing can literally unleash us from this. You’ll no longer be chained to your computer by wires. We can completely live in a wire-free world. To show us this, let’s take a look at this and let’s meet Diana.

Hi Diana!

Diana: Hi Brian. So I have here a prototype of our next-generation platform which includes wire-free technology and I am going to start by actually removing all the wires from our peripherals. As you can see here, using Intel’s high-speed WiGig interface, I am able to connect automatically to all my peripherals, not just keyboard and mouse but monitors, network, printers and even external hard drives, no wires at all. Very simple and very easy.

And actually as long as we’re on that whole easy theme, I think I am going to take a one step further, even to those passwords that I can personally never remember. The True Key from Intel Security is a cross-platform application lets you replace those passwords with multifactor authentication, such as face, fingerprint and the device proximity. So you don’t actually need to remember those passwords.

So let’s show you a little bit of what that experience is like. So we will assume, I have selected the facial recognition as my option here. It’s going to scan my face, looking for my unique facial characteristics that it associates with me. And once it’s decided it’s actually me, it will log me in. I am going to try it again. Didn’t want to recognize me that time. Apparently a plastic surgery right before the keynote is not a good idea. Let’s give this another try.

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