Announced in August 2016 by Intel, Project Alloy is an all-in-one virtual reality solution. The Alloy platform delivers a set of new and immersive experiences – dubbed merged reality – by using Intel’s RealSense technologies that are optimized for VR usages.

Intel will open the Alloy hardware and provide open APIs for the ecosystem in 2017, allowing developers and partners to create their own branded products from the Alloy design.

 

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Project Alloy product and event photos from 2016 IDF

  • Intel unveiled Project Alloy, a first-generation all-in-one virtual reality solution leveraging Intel RealSense technology, on Tuesday, August 16, 2016. Project Alloy will be offered as an open hardware platform in the second half of 2017. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel unveiled Project Alloy, a first-generation all-in-one virtual reality solution leveraging Intel RealSense technology, on Tuesday, August 16, 2016. Project Alloy will be offered as an open hardware platform in the second half of 2017. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel unveiled Project Alloy, a first-generation all-in-one virtual reality solution leveraging Intel RealSense technology, on Tuesday, August 16, 2016. Project Alloy will be offered as an open hardware platform in the second half of 2017. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel unveiled Project Alloy, a first-generation all-in-one virtual reality solution leveraging Intel RealSense technology, on Tuesday, August 16, 2016. Project Alloy will be offered as an open hardware platform in the second half of 2017. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel unveiled Project Alloy, a first-generation all-in-one virtual reality solution leveraging Intel RealSense technology, on Tuesday, August 16, 2016. Project Alloy will be offered as an open hardware platform in the second half of 2017. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel unveiled Project Alloy, a first-generation all-in-one virtual reality solution leveraging Intel RealSense technology, on Tuesday, August 16, 2016. Project Alloy will be offered as an open hardware platform in the second half of 2017. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel unveiled Project Alloy, a first-generation all-in-one virtual reality solution leveraging Intel RealSense technology, on Tuesday, August 16, 2016. Project Alloy will be offered as an open hardware platform in the second half of 2017. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel unveiled Project Alloy, a first-generation all-in-one virtual reality solution leveraging Intel RealSense technology, on Tuesday, August 16, 2016. Project Alloy will be offered as an open hardware platform in the second half of 2017. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel unveiled Project Alloy, a first-generation all-in-one virtual reality solution leveraging Intel RealSense technology, on Tuesday, August 16, 2016. Project Alloy will be offered as an open hardware platform in the second half of 2017. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel unveiled Project Alloy, a first-generation all-in-one virtual reality solution leveraging Intel RealSense technology, on Tuesday, August 16, 2016. Project Alloy will be offered as an open hardware platform in the second half of 2017. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel unveiled Project Alloy, a first-generation all-in-one virtual reality solution leveraging Intel RealSense technology, on Tuesday, August 16, 2016. Project Alloy will be offered as an open hardware platform in the second half of 2017. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel’s Craig Raymond displays the Project Alloy virtual reality headset during the Day 1 keynote at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016. Intel CEO Brian Krzanich’s keynote presentation offered perspective on the unique role Intel will play as the boundaries of computing continue to expand. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel’s Craig Raymond displays the Project Alloy virtual reality headset during the Day 1 keynote at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016. Intel CEO Brian Krzanich’s keynote presentation offered perspective on the unique role Intel will play as the boundaries of computing continue to expand. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
  • Intel’s Craig Raymond displays the Project Alloy virtual reality headset during the Day 1 keynote at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016. Intel CEO Brian Krzanich’s keynote presentation offered perspective on the unique role Intel will play as the boundaries of computing continue to expand. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

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IDF 2016: Brian Krzanich Keynote Introduces Merged Reality (B-roll Highlights)

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