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Creative Introduces Senz3D Interactive Gesture Camera

June 5, 2013 | Telepresence Options

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Creative Technology has announced the new Creative Senz3D interactive gesture camera, introducing an immersive multi-dimensional gaming, video conferencing and voice control experience for PC enthusiasts and early adopters. The cam uses technologies co-developed with�Intel Corp. and relies on software development kit designed by the latter.

Creative Senz3D combines advanced depth sensor�technology�with a camera and dual array microphones to deliver a new multi-dimensional interactive experience. Its 3D sensing technology is able to enhance facial recognition and also extract a person's image for various applications.

Users can play�PC�games using hand and finger gestures to control and interact with characters and environments. In addition to a variety of games and applications that ship with the Creative Senz3D, users will experience a robust bundle of software which enables interactive video conferencing, voice control of a PC, creation of video blog environments, and much more.

"As long time innovators in the PC space, we are excited to join forces with�Intel�to introduce an entirely new way for people to interact with their PCs - a way that appeals directly to the senses. The Creative Senz3D provides a glimpse into the future of PC interaction, whether you're playing casual games using hand gestures, searching the Internet and interacting with social media by using voice commands, or video conferencing with more quality and customization than ever before," said Long Chye Low, general manager for audio and video at Creative.

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