Amongst everything else that glows and glimmers, an LED glowing Pac-Man game built by UNSW students will feature at this year’s Vivid Festival.
Intel will next week announce an open source robot initiative offering up schematics, science fiction stories and AI code so that people can 3D print their own intelligent robots.
Intel’s vision for the future of mobile computing isn’t a single vision; instead it’s a multiplicity of visions encompassing very low powered computing, wearable computing and alternative power sources. Additionally, it’s possible to get water out of frogs.
At day two of IDF, Intel’s officially announced Bay Trail, showed off reference designs for 3D camera equipped Ultrabooks and discussed mobile computing at length, a sign of how important it sees the category.
At its Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco, new Intel CEO Brian Krzanich detailed the chip giant’s vision for the mobile future, including wearable computing, an update to Atom processors, and Quark.
The managing director of Intel Australia is taking to the streets — quite literally, as she’s taking part in Vinnie’s CEO Sleepout which will see her sleeping out on Sydney’s streets on June 20th while raising funds and awareness of Australia’s homelessness situation.
That’s one finding of this week’s Vintage Tech column at PC Authority. You’ll have to read it to find out the rest, although I am kicking myself that I forgot to include the infamous division bug in there. Wonder how long it’ll be before somebody picks it up in the comments? Vintage Tech: Looking back