Last year, I wrote a blog about creating your own simple collision detection code. I implemented this for a children's math game I created. You can refer to my blog here:
Consider an educational app that teaches a child how to write letters. The app may be interactive, allowing the child to swipe screens, pinch/zoom pictures, etc. Now, what if the app was able to teach handwriting by recognizing if the child drew a particular letter? I'm going to talk about how a developer can handle this scenario. The goal here is to assume that iOS* code already exists for this and that it needs to be ported over to Windows 8* using the C# language. If you are intereste
Lana N. Lindberg, Software Applications Engineer for the Intel® Atom ™ Processor
This article describes the parallel sorts in the latest release of “Cilkpub”, an open-source library of utilities for Intel® Cilk™ Plus.
They are designed to be replacements for
std::sort that may provide speedup when sorting many items (on the order of at least 10000). For example:
extern float a; cilkpub::cilk_sort( a, a+n );
Durante os dias 25 e 26 de Março, o grupo de Software da Intel organizou um Hackathon para o desenvolvimento de apps para dispositivos móveis com HTML5, com foco em apps educacionais. O evento foi realizado na UNESP em São Paulo, e permitiu a participação remota via Internet de desenvolvedores de outros estados e cidades brasileiras.