Intel held its annual technology showcase at the Computer Research Museum in Mountain View.
The Santa Clara-based company set up more than 45 demonstrations.
They included a system allowing people to have 3-dimensional real-time interaction over the Internet, technology that allows mobile devices to communicate with car dashboards and stereos and even smart office furniture that communicates with your computer.
"It's all moving at breakneck pace, so we want to share that enthusiasm and excitement for what's coming with all the world, nothing is changing the world as much as computing," Vice President of Research Andrew Chien said.
Intel's projects also included advancements in wireless power and green computing.