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Introducing the Intel® Perceptual Computing SDK 2013

 In “Once Again, A Farewell to Cambridge” (“再别康桥”, 1928), Xu Zhimo (徐志摩) wrote, “By waving my hands / I am saying goodbye to the rosy cloud in the western sky” (“我轻轻的招手 / 作别西天的云彩”). While gesture interaction with the cloud only happens in a poet’s works, in reality the Intel® Perceptual Computing SDK 2013 creates a new world of interactivity with Intel® Core™ processor based applications.

Interview with Sixense: Perceptual Computing SDK and Puppets

Sixense, one of the challengers in the Ultimate Coder Challenge: Going Perceptual, was interviewed twice this past week at GDC 2013 about what they’re building for the Challenge and how they are working with the Perceptual Computing SDK.

“It’s been a great experience for us”

GDC 2013: Perceptual Computing, HTML5, Havok, and More

The world’s largest game developer conference is officially over, and what a week it was! From perceptual computing to game engines to HTML5, there was a lot going on. Let’s take a look at some of the Intel®-related highlights from this busy week in San Francisco.

Intel Perceptual Computing Developer Day

Ultimate Coder Challenge: Sixense Studios - Week 6

Hey everyone, chip from Sixense reporting in once again.  Wow, I am beat.  Two days after GDC and my feet are still throbbing.  I slept most of Saturday away and now here I am wide awake on on Sunday night with a messed-up sleep schedule.  This seems like as good a time as any to write our blog post.  At least by writing it now, I can sleep in a bit longer tomorrow. 

Infrared5 Ultimate Coder Week Six: GDC, Mouth Detection Setbacks, Foot Tracking and Optimizations Galore

For week six Chris and Aaron made the trek out to San Fransisco to the annual Game Developers Conference (GDC) where they showed the latest version of our game Kiwi Catapult Revenge. The feedback we got was amazing! People were blown away at the head tracking performance that we’ve achieved, and everyone absolutely loved our unique art style. While the controls were a little difficult for some, that allowed us to gain some much needed insight into how to best fine tune the face tracking and the smartphone accelerometer inputs to make a truly killer experience.

Simian Squared Go Perceptual: Ultimate Coder Week 5

Frankly, the API and SDK for developing with Unity and the Perc, are well-written and comprehensive all things considered. I do not know about other teams, but from my perspective, this is far from the wild west of experimental programming back in the 8 bit and 16 bit Amiga days of copper list hacking and trial and error pioneering stuff.

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