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Here's another example of RealSense being used in place of a keyboard or mouse.
This is the Intel Education two-in-one hybrid device aimed at schools. The rugged device is designed to survive a 70cm drop and is water and dust resistant. It also features Intel's alternative power architecture, which makes it possible to power the device using solar panels (seen here on the right) — useful in areas without mains electricity.
Here's another view of the device, showing the stylus. The hybrid also comes with a snap-on magnification lens which turns the camera into a microscope, and a temperature sensor probe for science experiments.