There were a lot of standout developers at the recent San Francisco Perceptual Computing Hackathon, one of which was Cyrus Lum, a veteran in the industry with 25 years of experience in game production, development and management roles with both publishing and independent development companies. Cyrus won with the overall Hackathon Grand Prize of $3000 with his “MyPetShadow”; a fun pet game which integrates both voice recognition and hand gestures. Here’s a video of MyPetShadow in motion:
Na próxima semana a Intel Software participará do TDC São Paulo, que vai acontecer entre os dias 10 e 14 de Julho na Universidade Anhembi Morumbi.
Em nosso stand você poderá conhecer melhor nossas tecnologias, as iniciativas do grupo de Software da Intel e nossas comunidades (Android, Servers/HPC, HTML5 e Ultrabooks/Windows).
Have you heard of the All-in-One PC? Basically, the All-in-One PC is a technical term for all the components that make up the computing workstation (the monitor, memory, CPU-GPU, hard drive, CD-ROM, etc.), all collaborated into one hub, or “all in one”. Keyboards and mice are still shipping with all-in-one computers, but in many of these systems, touch monitors are included as well.
Digital storytelling provides an immersive experience, combining the power of your Intel® Core™ processor-based platform and the printed page. The augmented farm application demonstrates augmented reality through digital storytelling using the Intel® Perceptual Computing SDK.
Once a month, we take a look at some of the most popular posts in the Ultrabook™ and Windows*8 forums here on the Intel Developer Zone, as well as notable blogs and articles. Whether you’ve got a specific question or just want to chat with someone who loves coding as much as you do, these forums are the right place to do it. Click on any of the links to take part in the ongoing conversation.
Perceptual computing seems to be on a lot of people’s minds lately. From a quest to find the Ultimate Coder to the worldwide Intel Perceptual Computing Challenge to a free Perceptual Computing SDK, there are plenty of opportunities for developers to get involved in this cutting-edge exploration of how humans interact with computers.
When you want to learn a new programming language or SDK, the first step is usually is to write a program called "Hello World!" Here, we are talking about how to use the web cam features of the Intel® Perceptual Computing SDK, so we will call our first program "Hello Cam!"
Quando si approcia ad un nuovo linguaggio di sviluppo o ad un nuovo SDK, di solito, il primo programma che si scrive viene chiamato "Hello World!". In questo caso si tratta di un primo esempio di come utilizzare le funzionalità dell'SDK Perceptual relativamente alle feture della WebCam e, quindi, il nome non può che essere "Hello Cam!".Un pò di architettura
Nella seguente figura è rappresentato il modello dell'architettura su cui si fonda Perceptual SDK.