There is a bit of a shift on the most recent release (May, 2015) of the Intel RealSense SDK, and this blog explains why we are doing this for this release only.
Within the last five years, the field of Natural User Interfaces (NUIs) has been revolutionized by the influx of new devices onto the market. These devices allow users to interact directly with a user interface using gestures or speech, for example. This article looks at the extent to which this type of control is both intuitive and comfortable.
So Intel was at Augmented World Expo 2015. Why? And what did we do there and what did we share? Read this blog to find out!
Un vistazo rápido a la emulación de Android* acelerada por hardware, con el uso del Supervisor de Ejecución Acelerada por Hardware de Intel® (Intel® HAXM)
Desarrolladores de aplicaciones para Android, les preguntamos: ¿no sienten que el emulador de Android del SDK de Android es muy lento?
I can safely predict that if you are a developer, you are looking for ways to get your job done faster. Get working code quicker, find bugs faster, take advantage of new technologies and get working performance as smoothly as possible. This is why the saying "steal with pride" comes up --it's a well-worn technique to borrow or adopt code where you can. (Of course, I'm not saying you would commit...
The Intel® RealSense™ SDK provides a new feature for developers to record camera streaming sequences to a file on disk for future playback. This feature is very helpful in debugging and troubleshooting camera issues in the apps. Recording raw color and depth streams into disk files imposes a challenge for disk IO bandwidth on the host system. For example, with color configuration RGB32...