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The iPhone X's notch is basically a Kinect
We put a man on the moon using the computing power of a handheld calculator, as Richard Hendricks reminds us in Silicon Valley. Apple's iPhone X provides a nice little illustration of how sensor and processing technology has evolved in the past decade. Microsoft's original Kinect hardware was powered by a little-known Israeli company called PrimeSense. Meanwhile, Intel also built its own depth sensor, Intel RealSense, and in 2015 worked with Microsoft to power Windows Hello.
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