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GDC 2016 - This is Your Brain on VR

This is Your Brain on VR: A Look at the Psychology of Doing VR Right Speaker: Kimberly Voll (Radial Games, Riot Games) Kimberly Voll, a PhD Computer Scientist with a Bachelor’s Degree in Cognitive Science, is one of the developers of the upcoming...

GDC 2016 - A Year in RoomScale

A Year in RoomScale: Design Lessons from the HTC Vive & Beyond Panel: Scott Stephan (WEVR), Alex Schwartz (Owlchemy Labs), Patrick Hackett (Google), Tyler Hurd (Independent), Curtis Hickman (The Void) This 5-person panel of experienced Vive...

GDC 2016 Recap

Introduction Last week I was very fortunate to attend the 2016 Game Developers Conference (GDC) hosted in San Francisco, CA. I attended on behalf of Intel and presented a technical session entitled, “Bringing the Real World into the Game World with...

Introduction to Games Engineering at Intel

Intel is invested in the future of the gaming and interactive entertainment industries. We develop high-quality integrated graphics solutions, like our Iris and Iris Pro GPUs. We ensure that as many games as possible run well (if not best) on Intel...

What Game Developers Need to Know about Intel® Atom™ x3 SoC Processor Series

  Introduction   In January 2015, Intel announced the Intel® Atom™ x3 Processor Family (Code-Named “SoFIA”), a low-cost SoC with 64-bit Intel Atom processor cores and integrated cellular baseband modem for smart or feature phones, phablets, and...

Compatibility between Different Versions of OFED, MPSS and OS

OpenFabrics Enterprise Distribution (OFED) software package is an open-source software for RDMA and kernel bypass applications often used in high-performance computing among other areas. These applications require high throughput and low latency....

Five Big Insights from the Student Winner of the Intel® Modern Code Developer Challenge

As Shared by Mathieu Gravey, Grand-Prize Winner of the Intel Modern Code Developer Challenge The Modern Code Developer Challenge 2015 engaged nearly 2,000 students across 130 universities and 19 countries. Grand-prize winner Mathieu Gravey, a PhD...

Intel AMT SDK 11 Release Notes

If you are working on developing your own Intel AMT Manageability Console you can find important release notes inside the SDK root-level folder.  Look for a HTML file called “Intel AMT Release 11.0 SDK Release Notes”. If you are facing issues in...

Trending on IoT: Our Most Popular Intel® IoT Developer Stories for March

1.  Announcing Intel® IoT Developer Kit support for Intel® IoT Gateways Check out the new Intel® IoT Developer Kit including the latest support for Intel® IoT Gateways and a sensor library for commercial grade sensors and actuators. 2.  Intel...

Mesh Commander v0.1.7 Released

Mesh Commander 0.1.7 was just released. This time around, we are adding a significant new feature. Everyone seriously using Intel AMT knows that automation is essential to get management working smoothly on a large scale. You need to be able to...

Intel RealSense SDK Changes for User Facing Cameras

Below  please find a high level list of changes between releases of the Intel® RealSenseTM SDK for the front facing (user facing, short range) Intel® RealSenseTM  cameras F200 and SR300. Note: Version numbers and release numbers are unfortunately...

Intel® XDK for March 2016 and an HTML5 Class at edx.org

Happy Spring 2016!    We are excited to announce the HTML5 Introduction course we have created with the W3C's education team.  It begins on April 4 and you can register now! We have a lot to talk about in this March update of the Intel® XDK.  First...

How to use VTune(TM) Amplifier XE to profile an application which uses signal or signalstack

The user might be aware of two kinds of problem when using VTune(TM) Amplifier XE to profile an application which uses signal or signalstack. Case 1. Limited signal stack sizeSymptom: Application runs smoothly without VTune(TM) Amplifier XE, but...

Multi-Touch Multi-Hack – Join The Lenovo Online Hackathon

Multi-Touch Multi-Hack is an online hackathon that challenges you to build apps with Lenovo’s multi-user, multi-touch (MUMT) SDK. There are $25,000 in cash prizes up for grabs, along with Lenovo PCs and tablets, and promotion for your app across Lenovo’s dev and marketing channels.

Intel Sponsors Students and Indies at the 2016 D.I.C.E. Summit

At the recent 2016 D.I.C.E. Summit, Intel partnered with the Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences (AIAS) for the third year in a row to help outstanding students connect to the industry through mentors and networking opportunities. This year the AIAS and Intel extended this scholarship activity...

JuliaCon 2016 Submission Deadline Near

JuliaCon 2016, the conference about the Julia programming language, is looking for proposals for talks and workshops. Here's a chance to share about how you have used Julia or teach about how to use it better. Deadline is March 18th. Details are...

Getting started with Augmented Reality with Unity and Vuforia targeted for Intel Architecture

Introduction Let's start with Vuforia .It's a SDK for Augmented Reality which allows to project an object in Augmented reality scale within a given range or width where we can utilize the space to our liking.   Using Unity we can customize the...

Webinar: “DIY Science using the Intel® IoT Developer Kit”

In this session you will learn how to participate in the DIY and crowdsourced science movements using the Intel® IoT Developer Kit. Intel Evangelist Daniel Holmlund will talk about the history of these movements, current crowd sourced science...

Vulkan BETA 15.40.20.4404 Graphics Driver for Windows® 7/8.1/10 [15.40]

DRIVER VERSION: 15.40.20.64.4404 & 15.40.20.32.4404 DATE: March 11, 2016 This driver is in zip format intended for developers and IT professionals. 32bit - win32_54020.4404.zip 64bit - win64_54020.4404.zip SUMMARY: This driver fixes some...

Intel® and OTC host Women Who Code Portland Networking Night

Held in the Executive Briefing Center at the Intel Jones Farm Campus in Hillsboro, Oregon, the event was titled “How Women Power @IntelOpenSource.” Attendees were encouraged to learn how the women of OTC contribute to and drive software that powers everything from the Cloud, Internet of Things, and...

Celebrating Women's International Day - THANKS For Joining Us!

During the International Women's Day for 2016, Intel demonstrated its commitment to diversity sponsoring a series of events around the world to celebrate the occasion. We reached out to the community, and together with Intel employees,Intel Software...

Intel SGX: EPID Provisioning and Attestation Services

One of the critical features of Intel SGX is the ability to attest that an enclave was successfully established on an SGX enabled platform. Our Attestation and Sealing Whitepaper from 2013 on the subject gives a high level overview of the...

18 How-To Intel® IoT Technology Code Samples Now Available in C++

From these exercises, developers will learn how to connect to the Intel® Edison development board and sensors, run simple code samples, set up a web application server and store data using Azure Redis Cache* from Microsoft.

Mesh Commander v0.1.6 Released

Mesh Commander 0.1.6 was just released. This is the latest version of our next generation Intel® AMT software that is entirely built using web based technologies. In this version we made many more bug fixes but more importantly, we added Agent...

An Accepting Space for Women in Open Source

One of my daughters is in her 20s and still struggling to find a career. She asked me what programming language she should learn and I suggested Python. “In fact,” I said, “you should try to attend a Django Girls workshop.” Fortunately there was...

Adding Features and Testing Using Intel® IoT Technology

Last updated: March 4, 2016By Joe W.

In our previous blog entries we introduced concepts in developing IoT architecture. Most notably we laid out a process for development that specified a pathway to production: Define Problem Identify/Design Solutions Build Proof of Concept...

Scaling Your Project to Production Using Intel® IoT Technology

Last updated: March 4, 2016By Joe W.

In our previous blog entries we introduced concepts in developing IoT architecture. Most notably we laid out a process for taking an idea, building it and turning it into a product: Define a Problem Identify/Design Solutions Build Proof...

Scaling to a Prototype using Intel® IoT Technology

Last updated: March 4, 2016By Joe W.

  In our three previous blog entries we introduced concepts in developing IoT architecture. Please feel free to review previous entries to familiarize yourself with our development process: Define a Problem Identify/Design Solutions...

Interview with Developer at Global Game Jam Yogyakarta : Creating Intel RealSense Game within 48 Hours

Last updated: March 4, 2016By Aulia F.

In January 2016 I participated in Global Game Jam 2016, as a speaker at Jogja Game Jam #jgj48. Jogja Game Jam is a Jam site located at Yogyakarta, Indonesia. I talked to the developer, seeking to know if they were interested in creating something...

Identify and Design Solutions for IoT Architecture

Last updated: March 4, 2016By Joe W.

In our first blog of the series we introduced a defined process that provides the necessary ground work for success in IoT development. In the second blog, we introduced concepts like brainstorming and developing a proper problem definition for IoT...

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