Intel Create 3D Camera for Mobile

Intel has been presenting the 3D camera technology in desktop computers, laptops, tablets until drones. This announcement complements the latest time allotment named RealSense technology, namely a 3D camera module that can be installed on a mobile measuring 6 inches.

Intel CEO Brian Krzanich recently showcased RealSense for mobile technology in the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) in Shenzhen, China. The shape of the module is similar to the previous camera module, but in a more compact size and slim. Intel RealSense for mobile phones designed to heat it generates remain low, also claimed to have a detection range farther than the previous camera.

Intel Create 3D Camera for Mobile
Krzanich the module itself showcased on stage by way of installing it into a prototype smart phone measuring 6 inches. Unfortunately, this does not turn on Intel executive who wore the device.

RealSense Intel technology will help in terms of three-dimensional scanning, for example, to recognize the user's face. In a different demo, Krzanich had shown a tablet Windows 10-based devices developed Skylake development complete with RealSense camera in it. This man uses the tablet camera to scan his own face and unlock the tablet.

In addition to facial scan, RealSense technology applied to the drone is claimed to make the anti-crashing. In International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in 2015, earlier this year, Krzanich was showcased in the form of technology tersebu drones.

"Various drones can avoid obstacles. In fact, around the world is full of obstacles," said the 54-year-old man was speaking at the CES stage.

Krzanich prove his point by way of "telling" one of the drones to pass through a pathway that is fitted with a variety of obstacles. RealSense tech drones were seen flying with smart, twisted, and turned to pass obstacles around him.

When he reached the end of a lane with a closed door impassable, drones had to think a moment before recognizing that the object in front of him is a "door". But the drones are not directly hit the barrier, but rather wait for the door to be opened by the owner of the drones. Drone also strolled in after a closed door was opened.

10 Ways to Accelerate WiFi Connection

Poor WiFi wireless connections can make people feel depressed. Especially when the Internet has become part of everyday life, ranging from entertainment to the issue of jobs.

However you may not need to panic if a WiFi connection at home suddenly blocked. The first step to do is to check the router that you are using. Because, starting from this position until the router settings will affect whether or not a strong WiFi signal.

10 Ways to Accelerate WiFi Connection

When checking your router, make sure you try the 10 simple steps.

1. Check the position of the router

Checking the router positions seem trivial, but the effect can be large. Routers work sends a signal to all directions. Therefore, you should put the router in the middle of the room.

When the router is placed next to the window, then no signal is sent to the outside. This will make the WiFi vain and do not reach all parts of the room.

2. Do not put on the floor

Place the router in high places, such as a table or dresser. Higher position will benefit because the router is designed to send a signal down. In addition, the floor contains cement, concrete and metal impenetrable by WiFi signal.

3. Place the router in a special place

WiFi signal will be reflected more strongly in the room where you keep the router. On that basis, we recommend that you put the router in the room that often you occupy when using the internet.

4. Select the open

There are many materials that can absorb the signal router and reduce performance. To maintain optimum performance of the signal, you should not put a router in between the large-sized furniture and walls, or in the closet. Choose crush free position and make the router can be seen from anywhere.

5. Keep away from other electronic

Keep your router from other electronic devices, such as microwaves, cordless phones, and TVs. Any device that generates electromagnetic signals can disrupt and weaken the performance of the WiFi signal.

6. Adjust the antenna in order to stand

Set the router antenna is in a vertical position. This position will make the signal emitted horizontally so that the WiFi signal is easier to reach all parts of the room.

7. Check the power snyal

There are a number of applications, such as Cloudcheck or Amped which can be used for this purpose. When checking the signal, you can map out which parts are receiving strong signals and which are receiving a weak signal.

8. Set the software router

You can also speed up the WiFi connection by entering certain settings on the router software. Access to this software can be opened via a dedicated IP. You can check it on the bottom of the router or the instructions supplied in the crib.

Once entered into the menu settings, change the channel frequency of the router. Usually there are 14 channels to choose from. The best channel usually is 1, 6, and 11. Channel is likely minimal disruption because rarely intersect with the channel used by others.

In addition to setting the channel, check for firmware updates. Usually the router manufacturer will issue a firmware update to improve the performance of the device.

9. Do a speed test

Do a speed test to find out the location of your connection problems. First try to do it with a WiFi connection, then do the same thing using a cable connection. If both are equally bad, the problem is on your Internet service provider.

10. Buy a new router

It is the last resort. When all have been tried and you have to make sure the problem does not come from the internet service provider, buy a new router.

First SD Card with NFC Technology

Once widely applied in digital cameras Near Field Communication (NFC) is now venturing into the memory card. The first product is equipped with an SD card such technology this week introduced by Toshiba. Toshiba SD Card NFC allows users to easily peek photos of what is stored in the corresponding memory card, without the need to use a card reader or digital camera.

First SD Card with NFC Technology

The trick, enough to bring a memory card with a smartphone, then open the application "Memory Card Preview" from Toshiba.

Android smart phone that is equipped with NFC feature also automatically displays 16 thumbnails of photos stored on the SD memory card NFC. In addition, Memory Card Preview application also displays the amount of free space remaining on the SD Card NFC.

This technology is expected to facilitate the photographer who often confused about which memory card a stored photo. Although not mentioned the price, Toshiba plans to market the SD Card memory card NFC homemade start next February, with the ability to 8 GB, 16 GB, and 32 GB. Android Application Memory Card Preview will be distributed to Google Play in the same time.