This guide will help you import the Intel® RealSense™ Unity* Toolkit from the Intel RealSense SDK to allow easy integration of RealSense technology into your projects. This guide assumes you have installed a supported version of Unity and the latest version of the Intel RealSense SDK.
I have a fresh installation of Window 7pro, 64bit, Core 2 Duo, Intel x86 HAXM 5.2, 6gb Ram, Android Studio 1.0.2.
Do I need Intel Atom System Image installed? if so, which one, the 64?
This guide will help you import the Intel® RealSense™ Unity* Toolkit from the Intel RealSense SDK to allow easy integration of RealSense technology into your projects. This guide assumes you have installed a supported version of Unity and the latest version of the Intel RealSense SDK. Once you've imnported the toolkit into your environment, check out the next blog in this series, "12 Steps to Apply RealSense technology to your Unity Project".
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Christine M. Lin, Software Engineer
On Android*, communication apps that do video streaming can take advantage of hardware acceleration available on Intel® Atom™ processors. This is an easy way to gain performance, while reducing CPU utilization and power.
When I start AVD manager in Android studio. It tells me that :
"emulator: ERROR: x86 emulation currently requires hardware acceleration! Please ensure Intel HAXM is properly installed and usable. CPU acceleration status: HAX kernel module is not installed!"
Then I go to file location to install HAXM manually. in the middle of installation, it pops up a window says:
"Failed to configure driver: unknown error. Failed to open driver"
There are some solutions online but nothing works. I have attached log. Is there anyone can help me?
There are five samples for Android* recently made available to Android app developer at Intel Multi-Media Sample Framework ( MMSF) site:
Representing a wide variety of technology focus areas and new industry leadership models, five new developers were selected to join the elite Intel Black Belt Software Developer group.
Android, RealSense and Server experts were well represented this year and we had the pleasure of including five members of the recently launched Intel Innovator Developer Program in the ranks.
Our new Black Belts are as follows:
The objective of this article is to show a method for accessing a REST based database backend from an Android* app using MongoDB* and Spring IO*.
Table of Contents
- Tools Used
- Environment Setup
- Creating the Database
- Accessing the Database
- Setting up the Android Project & Permissions
- Parsing the JSON Response
- Manipulating the Database