By Leigh Davies (Intel)Posted June 14th 20130
Transparency is a fundamental open problem in real-time rendering due to the difficulty of compositing in the right order an arbitrary number of transparent layers; the Adaptive Order Independent Transparency sample using Pixel Shader Ordering shows a real-time solution. Full article along with ...
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By ylian-saint-hil...Posted June 13th 20130
By Ashish D.Posted June 13th 20131
Last summer I was lucky enough to be part of the first Intel Ultimate Engineering Experience in Chandler, Arizona at the Hilton Hotel. I had a lot of fun during my internship, I met a lot of people with the same interests as me and we all made connections and networked together. I still see a lot ...
By Wendy Boswell (...Posted June 13th 20130
The highly anticipated 4th generation Intel® Core™ processor family code-named Haswell has finally made its debut. Some of the most positive attention this processor microarchitecture group is getting are from game developers, coders on the cutting-edge of development technology who are reporting ...
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By Jake L.Posted June 13th 20132
Sit back for a moment and reflect on just what the internet is and how it has affected you, your work, and the world at large. Feel the sweeping, awestruck sensation of there being a meta-universe that exists, not unlike the seemingly infinite neural pathways inside your brain (that picture, by ...
By Dale Schouten (...Posted June 12th 20130
When I first started using C++, it was still essentially a preprocessor that produced C code. I liked that because if I was really confused about a particular feature, I could examine the C code to figure out how it worked. The features that I found most interesting in C++ could be broken into two ...
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By Dustin A.Posted June 11th 20136
Our team is ' Seal Team 6 ' . We are a team of five coming from many different educational back grounds. We have a mechanical, two electrical, and two computer engineering majors. We all have different programing experience. Our mechanical engineer has no experience with computer languages, ...
By Dave Houlton (Intel)Posted June 11th 20130
What do you do if your DirectX* desktop game requires keyboard input, but is running on a Windows* 8 platform without a physical keyboard? If your game runs in a window, the user can manually invoke the touch keyboard from the taskbar but that can be unintuitive, and doesn't help at all for full- ...
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By David Medawar (...Posted June 11th 20130
I’d like to share a useful example for recording audio in a Windows Store App. Particularly, I will present an app that targets the enterprise healthcare sector. Audio recordings can enable doctors to “attach” speech to notes for patients. This aides doctors in the event that if their hands are ...
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First Day of Intel Ultimate Engineering Experience, App Academy @ Chandler-Gilbert Community College
By Chris MoodyPosted June 10th 20132
Today was the second week of the IUEE@CGCC in Chandler, Arizona. We are learning how to create an HTML 5 app from the business plans our teams formulated during our first week of the program. The format of the App Academy portion is that of a hack-a-thon. While I miss having Hannah and CJ leading ...
By ylian-saint-hil...Posted March 20th 20121
By Dick BrownPosted March 19th 20120
As a computer scientist, I’m out to comprehend lots of computing-related technologies, to a greater or lesser extent according to needs and interests. As a professor, I would ideally like to have a pithy thumbnail overview of the most prominent technologies in my pocket, readily available to pull ...
By Nachman Israel ...Posted March 19th 20120
I've been doing SCRUM for four years now. I've heard various ways of describing it, various rules and guidelines. It is my belief that there are many BKMs to SCRUM, but very few rules. And here they are:1. Short iterations. At the end of each such iteration the Product owner should be able to ...
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By Wendy ThomasPosted March 19th 201211
Intel® Embedded Software Development Tool Suite Supports Intel® Atom™ Processor N2xxx and D2xxx Seed Program
By robert-mueller-...Posted March 17th 20120
By Kevin MurphyPosted March 15th 20120
Thinking about growing your business beyond your borders? Whether you are a small B2B looking to sell your office software to doctors in other countries or an independent video ...
By kathy-farrel (Intel)Posted March 14th 20120
Gael has take a favorite medium of hers (the Blog) and given it an added feature twist. She has written three blogs and embedded how-to videos on the following three subjects: ...
By Lauren Dankiewi...Posted March 14th 20120
The last blog post introduced the Potential Advantages of Software as a Service (SaaS) and how it might seem easy to sell it all over the world. ...
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By Nathan Totura (...Posted March 13th 20129
With Google IO fast approaching and GDC just completed I thought it would be interesting to take a look at the game engines available for mobile devices, specifically for x86 based mobile devices. There are many game engine choices out there, all with a different set of features, pricing, maturity ...
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How to Start Intel Hardware-assisted Virtualization (hypervisor) on Linux to Speed-up Intel Android x86 Gingerbread Emulator
By Tao Wang (Intel)Posted March 12th 20129
The Intel Hardware Accelerated Execution Manager (Intel® HAXM) is a hardware-assisted virtualization engine (hypervisor) that uses Intel Virtualization Technology (VT) to speed up Android app emulation on a host machine. In combination with ...
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By Clay Breshears ...Posted October 19th 200665
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By Aaron Brezenski...Posted August 14th 200856
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By Jason Powell (Intel)Posted October 3rd 200655
I'm Jason Powell, have been working for Intel about 6 years as a Microsoft Account Manager and recently took an Analyst job at Intel. I work with smaller Web 2.0 companies to help them grow using Intel technology and support. One of the companies I've been working with in the last 4 months is ...
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By Aaron Brezenski...Posted April 22nd 200851
EDIT (8/4/2011): I continue to get questions about this blog post even today, but I need to point out that the information is seriously outdated. A change was required to happen in vendor DVD software (PowerDVD, WinDVD, Arcsoft TotalMedia) and this was done in late 2008. Processors and chipsets ...
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By Josh Bancroft (...Posted May 24th 200745
I'm in an ISN staff meeting right now, and we're talking about risk taking opportunities. Broad topic, and we all have lots of ideas (including me). In fact, I maintain a draft blog post that's basically a list of hairball wild ideas that I'd like to do at Intel. I added a few ideas from the ...
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By rradi (Intel)Posted October 27th 201244
Hi everyone, Windows 8 has just launched, so Intel just released the new WiDi software v184.108.40.206 to support Windows 8. Therefore, in order to enable WiDi officially on your Windows 8 device, follow the steps below: 1. Download the latest graphics driver for your Intel HD graphics from the ...
By Arch D. Robison...Posted November 30th 200743
There is a widespread notion that the keyword volatile is good for multi-threaded programming. I've seen interfaces with volatile qualifiers justified as "it might be used for multi-threaded programming". I thought was useful until the last few weeks, when it finally dawned on me (or if you prefer ...
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By Gina Bovara (Intel)Posted September 16th 200843
Hi all! This week we're at the Austin Game Developers Conference 2008 and blogging straight from the show floor in the lounge. View the comments from attendees below!
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By ylian-saint-hil...Posted December 9th 200942
Building .NET applications for the App Store is not currently supported. If you are like me, building user interfaces with .NET is quick and easy and so, it would be nice to submit .NET applications. I did manage to submit an application that was built in .NET and also supports the Atom SDK, still ...