Intel RealSense, and Windows Hello was demonstrated on stage Computex 2015
Windows Hello is a new system of authentication in Windows 10, which uses a variety of tools to make the stage enter the system much faster and easier. The function can work in tandem with biometric sensors, including fingerprint readers, sensors to scan the iris of the eye and camera, able to recognize faces.
The latter created in collaboration with Intel and designated by the RealSense brand. It’s not just a webcam, it is much more complex devices which are capable of scanning three-dimensional objects, handle user gestures and to recognize the exact face of the owner.
To demonstrate the potential and effectiveness of RealSense in combination with Windows Hello, Intel took the stage at Computex in Taipei. Particularly impressive is the speed of unlocking the tablet after the face recognition of its owner.
ASUS, for example, has introduced the first Windows 10 device that uses the RealSense technology, but in the coming months, it will join many other manufacturers with their PCs, laptops and tablets supporting this technology. However, as already mentioned, RealSense will be in one of several ways to use Windows Hello.