Author's Blogs

Power Explorer
By Leigh D. (Intel) Posted on 10/29/13 0
Today any review of a new processor whether it’s used in a desktop computer, a laptop, a tablet or a phone will contain lots of information about how efficient it is and the new technologies that have been used to achieve this performance. Operating system developers spend large amounts of time ...
Conservative Morphological Anti-Aliasing (CMAA)
By Leigh D. (Intel) Posted on 10/10/13 0
  This sample presents a new, image-based, post-processing antialiasing technique referred to as Conservative Morphological Anti-Aliasing and can be downloaded here. The technique was originally developed by Filip Strugar at Intel for use in GRID2 by Codemasters®, to offer a high performance alt...
Order-Independent Transparency Approximation with Pixel Synchronization
By Leigh D. (Intel) Posted on 07/18/13 1
Controlling Transparency using Order Independent Transparency and pixel synchronization.
Adaptive Order Independant Transparency Sample Using Pixel Shader Ordering
By Leigh D. (Intel) Posted on 06/14/13 0
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...
Transforming the laptop gaming experience@GDC 2012
By Leigh D. (Intel) Posted on 02/28/12 0
Next week I'll be in San Francisco hoping the weather forecast is right and we get 7 days of sun, and the reason for my stroke of luck is I'm giving a talk on creating a better gaming user experience on laptops. With portable PC sales rising and now surpassing desktop by some margin ( See the lat...