At the Intel Developer Forum this September Justin Rattner will hold a futuristic keynote discussing the world of visual technologies, like TV and computers, after they evolve to the point where they overlap, a concept known as the convergence. He predicts this will come to be, specifically with the television, as soon as 2015. In his talk, he’ll look at specifically what the TV experience will be like and how it will be delivered. You can imagine 15 billion consumer devices that will be capable of delivering TV content in that timeframe with 100′s of billions of hours of video. We’ll need much more sophisticated ways to organize content and provide it on demand. Rattner says Intel labs are working on evolving technology to support incredibly useful and personal information with unique social experiences to get what we want, when we want it and wherever we want.Hear what Justin Rattner has to say in this quick video and be sure to come and join us the last day of IDF for the signature research keynote to share ideas on the future of TV in the world to come. Follow the happenings of IDF leading up to and during here: @IDF (www.twitter.com/idf) on Twitter and the IDF (www.facebook.com/IntelDeveloperForum) Fan Page on Facebook. You can also keep up with Intel Labs innovations by joining the Intel Labs(www.facebook.com/IntelLabs) Fan Page on Facebook.
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