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Windows 10 IoT Core Anniversary Edition now supports Intel Joule

Microsoft has now added the support for Intel Joule in their Windows 10 IoT Core Anniversary Edition with a new update. The Windows 10 IoT Core is a version of Windows 10 for devices like Raspberry Pi 3 etc.

The Anniversary Edition of the same adds a variety of features such as better performance, app support, and a much simpler installation experience. With the release of this version, the Windows 10 IoT Core was also released for Raspberry Pi 3.

Now that the Anniversary Edition supports Intel Joule, you can make better things using the combination of the two. The Intel Joule was built on the new Intel Atom T5700 chip. About two weeks ago Microsoft unveiled the new Bamboo which is a new Windows 10 IoT Core and Intel Joule powered robot.

The Windows 10 IoT Core for Intel Joule will be made available this month and you have to be the part of the Windows Insider Program. Bamboo is a great example of what you can do with Windows 10 IoT Core along with the Intel Joule.

Bamboo has the ability to translate whatever you say to English and it does this by using Microsoft Azure and Cognitive Services. You can talk to her in your native language and then she’ll reply in the translated dialect.

Bamboo can also move around by analyzing the environment by using the Intel RealSense camera which provides it the data of the surroundings.

Windows 10 IoT Core and Intel Joule will work on devices like Raspberry Pi, Arduino, Adafruit and even Seeed Studio. Current applications of the platform were displayed by EZ-Robot and Design Mill. EZ-Robot showcased their EZ-B V5 which is a which is a custom integrator for Intel Joule. On the other hand, Design Mill showcased Torch – a mixed reality interactive gaming table which using Intel Joule as well as the Intel RealSense camera along with Windows 10 IoT Core. This is a great new start to make the IoT products a bit more accessible to the end users.

On the other hand, Design Mill showcased a mixed reality gaming table known as Torch which uses Intel Joule as well as the Intel RealSense camera along with Windows 10 IoT Core. This is a great new start to make the IoT products a bit more accessible to the end users.

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