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Getting to grips with 'RealSense' technology

3 February 2014 Last updated at 01:14 GMT

Later this year, chip giant Intel will incorporate a new technology into laptops, PCs and tablets.

RealSense is aimed at making our interactions with them far more intuitive - rather than simply relying on touch, keyboard or mouse.

For example a RealSense camera houses a 3D sensor which can interpret your body's movements and even facial expressions.

Richard Taylor was given a demonstration of how the technology can be paired with a 3D holographic display to enable a new wave of interactions.

You can follow Richard on Twitter @RichTaylorBBC.

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