Here's how to get the Intel RealSense camera to wake from Sleep for Windows Hello

With the latest builds of Windows 10 for PCs, users have finally been able to use the Intel / Creative F200 RealSense developer camera for Windows Hello. The $99 gizmo packs three cameras including one for 3D, infrared and RGB letting users unlock their home computers with just a glance.

Since our post went up last week many of us have ordered – and now received – our RealSense cameras. Once you download the Intel RealSense Depth Camera Manager (DCM), you can have Windows Hello up and running in just minutes. For many of us, Windows Hello is working exceptionally well with less than a second recognition times.

Source: iMore

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