Intel had a lot going on at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. They introduced a new family of Intel Core Processors and cool proof-of-concept device on display. They called it the Intel Infoscape.
With Infoscape, a giant display featuring cubes of information, users can walk up to it and access different types on content: Google News, Tweets, blogs, Flickr images, etc. Infoscape is designed to view different ways of presenting content in the future. This giant cube is powered by Intel’s Core 17 processor and crabs about 20,000 different content sources.
According to Intel, the device was created to see how people might access and organize their content down the road.