Want to check out a cool robotic butler? How about an encryption accelerator, a tricked-out WiMax car, or a high-speed software based network? All were on display today at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California.
Intel researchers also showcased an experimental, low-cost energy sensor, which could help change the way consumers manage personal energy consumption at home.
Other technology included a video/vision system capable of recognizing hand gestures and objects, turning everyday surfaces such as a kitchen counter, coffee table or classroom desk into an interactive portal.