A new demonstration of the Intel Real Sense 3D Windows Hello
Before the launch of Windows 10 is just over two weeks and available for users, there are already near-final build. However, there are still some aspects of the new operating system that we can’t check – those functions that require dedicated hardware.
Among these is the and Windows Hello, new security system, which provides support for sensors for fingerprint scanning and facial recognition, and allows you to log into the system (on computers, tablets and smartphones with Windows 10) using the user’s biometric data.
Last month, Intel briefly showed work functions in the framework of the exhibition Computex 2015, but now we can look at Windows Hello in all its glory. For demonstration the author of the video used the device Creative Intel Real Sense 3D Camera (F200), consisting of three cameras — infrared, RGB and 3D, whose drivers were recently updated to implement support for the face detection.
You can see all this in action in the following video: