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Multi-Player Multi-Touch Game Development. Developing Games for the Fastest Growing Segment in Desktop! (Presented by Intel)


Intel's portable All-in-One (AIO) form factor is growing and offers an opportunity for a new ecosystem of applications. With very large screens (18"-27"), high definition resolutions, and support for multiple people interacting with the device at the same time, they provide an exciting opportunity for ISVs to develop a plethora of multi-player games.

In this session you will hear from software developers who have already created successful branded applications combining multi-user/multi-touch, lay-flat, gesture and voice features into single applications.

Topics include:

  • Overview of portable and stationary AIOs, new features and software opportunities
  • How to create multi-user/multi-touch and lay-flat applications for the portable AIO
  • How to create gesture and voice applications using Intel Real Sense Technology for the AIO
  • Where and how to publish multi-user/multi-touch and lay-flat applications

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