Students at Cornell Cup USA demonstrate a powered upper body exoskeleton that provides support for occupational lifting and physical rehabilitation.
University of Pennsylvania students participating in Cornell Cup USA demonstrate the Titan Arm*, a powered upper body exoskeleton driven by an Intel® Atom™ processor that provides support for occupational lifting and physical rehabilitation.Full View >
CareView* cameras help hospitals provide better, more efficient, and cost-effective care.
CareView* helps hospitals provide better, more efficient, and cost-effective care with cameras that can monitor patients, help train nurses and doctors, and still allow privacy and security.Full View >
Intel’s Brian Roberts demos the Clear Channel interactive outdoor advertising solution, with immersive engagement capabilities for campaign tracking.
Intel product marketing engineer Brian Roberts demos the Clear Channel interactive outdoor advertising solution, with immersive 3D visuals, touch and gesture recognition, and social media and email engagement for easy ad campaign measurement.Full View >
McCormick & Company’s Kathleen Haley discusses how Intel® technology creates brand education opportunities, expanding customer knowledge.
Chris Aubrey explains working with Intel to create the adidas Virtual Footwear Wall*, highlighting the increase in sales generated at adidas stores.
Representatives from Intel and Costa Coffee discuss Project Marlow, a vending machine that immerses consumers in the cafe experience.
Representatives from Intel and Costa Coffee discuss the innovative thinking and technology behind Project Marlow, a vending machine that stimulates the senses and immerses consumers in the cafe experience.Full View >
Intel’s Brian David Johnson discusses the future of retail at malls and at home, with advances in online shopping, 3D printing, and holograms.
General Manager Joe Jensen explains how Intel® technology helps to advance retail by integrating smartphones into the shopping experience.
A life-size virtual display for selling large items, such as appliances and furniture, saves retail space and reduces on-site inventory.
Intel’s Jesus Yepez demonstrates a life-size virtual display for selling large items, such as appliances and furniture, which saves retail space, reduces the need for on-site inventory, and encourages consumer interaction.Full View >
Panasonic displays, terminal, and equipment solutions help quick serve restaurants enhance customer experience, and manage and control the business.