Intel® Developer Zone Update: August 2017

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In this episode we show you where to learn how to incorporate VR in prototyping your IoT projects, see what’s new in the Intel Graphics Performance Analyzers 2017 R2 release, and find out where you can go to get more Intel Game Dev news!

I'm Stephanie Essin and this is the Intel Developer Zone update. 

In this episode, we'll show you how to incorporate VR in prototyping your IoT projects, we'll see what's new in the Intel Graphics Performance Analyzers 2017 R2 release, and find out where you can go to get more Intel Game Developer news. Links are below to learn more. 

Have you ever thought about using VR as a tool for your IoT projects? If you want to create a custom enclosure for your board-- project, or design the look of a product where you need to shape it, paint it, sculpt it, you could use VR to start the prototyping process. 

One of our smart Intel folks, Bob Duffy, wrote a follow-along post the outlines the hardware, the techniques, and processes you can use to create 3D assets in VR. He also walks you through some of the great benefits using Oculus Medium, a 3D art tool. As Bob Duffy puts it, VR now opens digital 3D artistry to anyone with a good eye and imagination. See what you can make by checking out this article, linked below. 

The new Intel Graphics Performance Analyzers 2017 R2 release is here. Intel GPA provides tools for graphics analysis and optimization, that can help you make games, and other graphics intensive applications run even faster. In this release we've added a new interface for Graphics Trace Analyzer, Pixel History, and Scrub mode in Graphics Frame Analyzer for DirectX 12, and improved HL-SL modification support. Check out our video with Seth Schneider to see the new look. 

You can now find Intel Game Developer news on VentureBeat. Check out the page to access Intel developer tools, tutorials, and the latest in new games to get inspired. 

Thanks for watching. Don't forget to like this video, and subscribe to the Intel Software YouTube channel, and check out the links below to keep being an awesome developer.