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Get Ready: Pricing Your Indie Game
By John TyrrellPosted 02/05/20180
Setting the right price for your indie personal computer (PC) game is a key piece of the marketing puzzle, and, in a constantly shape-shifting market, it's a tricky one to nail. The price of your game is so much more than just the money someone hands over; it guides player expectations of quality...
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Get Ready: The Four Ps of Marketing for Indie Game Developers
By Dominic MilanoPosted 02/02/20180
This guide explores a classic marketing framework called "the Four Ps". Use it to evaluate your game’s commercial potential, take stock of the competitive landscape, set strategic goals, and create a plan for achieving commercial success.
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Intel® VTune™ Amplifier - Impact of recent OS security updates
By Jackson Marusarz (Intel)Posted 02/02/20181
The Intel® VTune™ Amplifier product team is investigating the impact of recent OS security updates. We are providing initial guidance which will allow you to continue using VTune Amplifier 2018 Update 1 and earlier. On Windows* and Linux*, the VTune Amplifier analyses using precise events or har...
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Watch VR reunite a group of former N64 developers
By adminPosted 01/31/20180
The original article is published by Intel Game Dev on VentureBeat*: Watch VR reunite a group of former N64 developers. Get more game dev news and related topics from Intel on VentureBeat. You might not recognize the name, but chances are good that a lot of the folks at Phaser Lock Interactive...
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Kert Gartner Explains the Genius Behind Mixed-Reality VR Game Trailers
By Garret RomainePosted 01/31/20180
  The worlds of bicycle motocross (BMX) and video-game marketing collide in the person of Kert Gartner, one of the leading indie game trailer producers. Gartner's first film-making experiences consisted of filming his buddies while they careened around empty lots in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, p...
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Face Detection with Intel® Distribution for Python*
By Albino AveledaPosted 01/31/20180
Abstract Artificial Intelligence (AI) can be used to solve a wide range of problems, including those related to computer vision, such as image recognition, object detection, and medical imaging. In the present paper we show how to integrate OpenCV* (Open Source Computer Vision Library) with a ne...
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Pedestrian Detection Using Deep Neural Networks on Intel® Architecture
By adminPosted 01/30/20180
Abstract This paper explains the process to train and infer the pedestrian detection problem using the TensorFlow* deep learning framework on Intel® architecture. A transfer learning approach was used by taking the frozen weights from a Single Shot MultiBox Detector model with Inception* v2 topo...
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Optimizing OpenStack* Swift* Performance with PyPy*
By Peter X. Wang (Intel)Posted 01/30/20180
Isolate and address challenges, understand different solutions, and learn best-known methods associated with adopting a PyPy* just-in-time interpreter for a leading cloud computing solution. Introduction Python* is an open source, general purpose programming language. Applications based on Pyth...
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Troubleshooting Connections with the UP Squared* Grove IoT Development Kit and Arduino Create*
By adminPosted 01/30/20180
If you find yourself unable to connect your UP Squared* board to Arduino Create* using the default method, you can try an alternate method: connecting to the board using a serial terminal. Follow the steps below. Before You Begin Make sure you have your board connected to power and Ethernet, as...
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Clapfoot: The Seven-Year Overnight Success Story
By adminPosted 01/29/20180
Indie studios are lucky to survive a few years, let alone seven like Clapfoot has. And 2017 is by far the best year the Toronto developer has ever had.
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