Many developers worldwide are taking advantage of the Intel® RealSense™ technologies to create really amazing applications with a whole new dimension for user interaction.
Intel® provides an SDK that exposes all the features of the R200 and F200 cameras. The SDK is very powerful but it requires some time to find your way into it. To help people to get up and running with just a few lines of code I started SharpSenses.
If you thought the invention of the World Wide Web resulted in massive business and societal change, you haven’t seen anything yet! The Internet of Things has been described as the evolution of the Internet, and it has the potential to drastically transform lives and industries.
Until now, only humans were able to connect to the Internet. The new era of connectivity sees everyday objects equipped with network connectivity, allowing them to send and receive data without any human interaction.
I'm working with code builder. I've been running happily for six months with the 2014 ocl applications SDK under VS2010. I thought I knew all the tricks to ensure kernel breakpoints were hit, but one (large) new project consistently fails to hit breakpoints. I figured I can't go to forums with an old version, so I tried installing INDE with the restricted options for just a Code Builder installation, but that just stripped out my old VS2010 code builder extensions.
Since I haven't seen a notification of this elsewhere, the ever knowledgeable Jim Dempsey (QuickThreadProgramming.com) just published one of his great technical articles entitled, "Elusive Algorithms – Parallel Scan".
I believe this was an outgrowth of another discussion on the forums, "how to perform inclusive scan in C cilk".
Compiling OFED with with phi and --all fails when compiling compat-rdma. Compile without the "--with-xeon-phi" option works. ./install.pl --with-xeon-phi --all # cat /etc/redhat-release Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 7.1 (Maipo) # uname -r 3.10.0-229.1.2.el7.x86_64 rpm -qi mpss-sdk-k1om-3.5-1.x86_64 Name : mpss-sdk-k1om Version : 3.5 Release : 1 Architecture: x86_64 Install Date: Thu 09 Apr 2015 10:00:28 PM CDT Group : base Size : 484359036 License : various Signature : DSA/SHA1, Thu 02 Apr 2015 06:57:59 AM CDT, Key ID 718a1696ef328191
I am the developer of VexCL - an opensource C++ library for OpenCL (https://github.com/ddemidov/vexcl). I'd like to use Intel OpenCL Code Builder as a part of continuous integration process at AppVeyour.com. In order to do this, the Code Builder has to be installed from a build script.
Nos dias 19 e 20 de Junho, vamos realizar em São Paulo, no Insper, a edição brasileira do Intel IoT Roadshow 2015, uma série de 20 eventos que serão realizados em diversos países, divulgando o kit para desenvolvimento de IoT da Intel.