RealSense Technology

Intel RealSense Technology is a suite of depth and tracking technologies designed to give machines and devices depth perceptions capabilities that will enable them to “see” and understand the world. There are many uses for these computer vision capabilities including autonomous drones, robots, AR/VR, smart home devices amongst many others broad market products. RealSense technology is made of Vision Processors, Depth and Tracking Modules, and Depth Cameras, supported by an open source, cross-platform SDK called librealsense that simplifies supporting cameras for third party software developers, system integrators, ODMs and OEMs.

Client: Intel
Client Servieces: Art Direction, Design, Visualization


New York Fashion Week, is a semi-annual series of events when international fashion collections are shown to buyers, the press, and the general public.

Patten Studios engineered and installed an interactive wall, fit with realsense cameras at Milk studios in the meatpacking district, in Manhattan. Onlookers coming from photo shoots, runway shows, and lectures, stopped by to participate in this stylish op-art/glitch inspired scenes.


CES (formerly an acronym for Consumer Electronics Show) is an annual trade show organized by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA). Held at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States, the event typically hosts presentations of new products and technologies in the consumer electronics industry.

Patten studios created the RealSense Tunnel, a 110 foot long interactive video wall that used 84 RealSense cameras to respond to the movements of show attendees. Three visual themes depicting adjacent scenes resembling a sandy desert scape, an ice snow realm, and a far out interstellar space scape, were on display for attendees to play and interact with.