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Intel working on augmented reality headset - report

Thursday 3 March 2016 | 10:02 CET | News
Intel is developing a wearable headset to deliver augmented-reality experiences, people briefed on the company's plans told the Wall Street Journal. Intel plans to exploit its 3D camera technology called RealSense for the augmented-reality project, another attempt by Intel to develop a new business line. The company is likely to offer the headset design to other manufacturers rather than market its own model to end-users, according to the paper's sources. The manufacturing partners were not known yet. 

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