One of the cool things Intel had on display at the IDF was the Euclid, a fully contained candy-bar sized PC capable of running Ubuntu Linux and Robot OS. The systemcomes with Intel's RealSense camera technology and features an onboard battery. Euclid is designed for Internet of Things applications like robots and drones.
Next up, Intel showcased the RealSense 400 camera and sensor, this is the smallest RealSense solution to date and it offers double the processing rate of its predecessor. The chip giant also revealed Joule, a compact developer board for Internet of Things products.