Intel's Infoscape Makes Information Come Alive (2:00)

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Intel‘s Infoscape HD display was one of the biggest attractions at CES 2010. Lines of people surrounded the proof-of-concept piece hoping to get their hands on it.

Although referred to as the “crazy cool cuby-looking thing” by our very own Mike McDonald, Infoscape was actually designed for people to access information in a different way. Powered by Intel’s 2010 Core i7 Processor, the display included 1920×1920 resolution.

At any given time, users could access over 500 links of live information pulled from 20,000 different content sources. A few of the sources include Google, Flickr, and blogs.

Intel said the innovation was an exploration into how people might collect data and information in the future.

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