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Intel's biggest announcements at CES 2015

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Intel's standard chip and architecture announcements were a big part of CES 2015, sure -- but the company's press event focused heavily on its RealSense technology: a compact depth sensing camera that enables all sorts of neat applications. The company showed the technology changing the focus in photographs post-shoot, creating artistic color variations based on depth of field, enabling more advanced face recognition and being used to create a touchless interface for an onstage cook.

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