Whether you are an indie game developer or a seasoned professional, you are likely to find an interesting code sample on Intel Developer Zone's game dev section. Read here to learn how Intel engineers worked with Blizzard and Codemasters to optimze our Adaptive Volumetric Shadow Maps (AVSM), Conservative Morphological Anti-Aliasing (CMAA), and Software Occlusion Culling code samples.
本文摘自英特尔公司的 Leigh Davies 在 IDZ 发表的一篇博文，重点介绍了 Leigh 及其同事 Filip Strugar 被称为保守形态抗锯齿的全新抗锯齿技术工作成果。 以下为博文内容以及可供您检查的项目
DirectX 12 技术白皮书
Wolfgang Engel, CEO of Confetti, describes how to pick different resource binding mechanisms to run an application efficiently on specific Intel’s GPUs, folowing the release of Windows* 10 and the 6th generation Intel® Core™ processor family (code-name Skylake). Microsoft DirectX* 12
Learn how to use the Intel® RealSense™ SDK to scan and map a user’s face onto an existing 3D character model. The face mapping sample uses the 3D Scan module to scan the user's face and then map it onto an existing 3D head model. This technique does a "stone face" mapping that is not rigged or currently capable of animating. The code is written in C++ and uses DirectX*.
Since both VTune Amplifier and GPA profile the performance of applications, the questions often arises – “Which one do I use in my situation?” The answer to this question leads to better understanding the differences between the two tools. The simple answer is, if it’s a graphics application, start with Graphics Performance Analyzer and then move to VTune Amplifier if your application ends up...
This sample shows how to implement an explicit multi-adapter application using DirectX 12. Intel’s integrated GPU (iGPU) and a discrete NVIDIA GPU (dGPU) are used to share the workload of ray-tracing a scene. The parallel use of both GPUs allows for an increase in performance and for more complex workloads. This sample uses multiple adapters to render a simple ray-traced scene using a pixel...
The Chat Heads code sample implements an application that uses the background segmentation feature of the Intel® RealSense™ SDK, multiplayer networking, and media encode and decode to create an improved e-sport experience.
This code sample allows the user to scan their face using a front-facing Intel® RealSense™ camera, project it onto a customizable head mesh, and apply post-processing effects on it. It’s an extension of a previous code sample titled Applying Intel® RealSense™ SDK Face Scans to a 3D Mesh by adding features and techniques to improve the quality of the final head result as well as provide a series...