Intel and AOPEN introduced the eTILE tablet kiosk, equipped with facial recognition technology, during a press conference in Sydney, a story on ComputerWorld reported.
The eTILE will be available worldwide on Sept. 12 in 15.6- and 19-inch screen sizes, incorporating an Ivy Bridge Intel Core processor and the ability to run on both Windows and Android. Its target applications are for information and wayfinding or as a POS device, the article reported.
Retailers can customize the screen content for each user based on the anonymous facial recognition technology.
"It could be a youth, it could be someone older, female, male, someone angry, not angry, whatever it is," said Matthew Jones, group manager for industry development at Intel Australia and New Zealand, in the article. "You now have the ability to actually change that experience, that content, and make it more personalized."
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