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Running Intel x86 apps on Raspberry Pi 1 and 2

ExaGear Desktop is virtualization solution which opens up a host of new possibilities for running apps across platforms. ExaGear Desktop makes it possible to run Intel x86 application on ARM-based devices, and is targeted to individuals running ARM-based Mini PCs and to businesses deploying ARM-based devices to cut costs. For example you can run Skype on ARM devices (youtube; https://youtu.be/4GUP27TJ5w4). Moreover you can run x86 Windows applications on ARM-based devices by installing Wine.

ExaGear Desktop also boasts outstanding performance specs – in tests it runs 5 times faster than Qemu.

Running Intel x86 apps on Raspberry Pi 1 and 2  – [Link]

Inside the Intel RealSense Gesture Camera

STMicro resonant MEMs device inside intel realsense

by Sinjin Dixon-Warren @ chipworks.com:

The Intel® RealSense™ gesture camera represents another foray by Intel into the consumer products space. The camera has been incorporated into the Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga 15. Intel disclosed at IDF14 that the device is formed using three components: a conventional color CMOS image sensor camera, an infrared images sensor, an infrared light projector (the main focus of this article), plus an image processor. It can also incorporate a pair of microphones.

Inside the Intel RealSense Gesture Camera – [Link]