Another set of booths and activities that I found engaging were those that concerned 3-D printing. I do not own nor have I used a 3-D printer, though I did sit through a 90 min class at the HacKid Conference with my daughter a couple of years ago. That 3-D printer was a small home hobbyist printer and the lab reeked with several less than healthy chemical smells including acetone. Nevertheless, my daughter asked for one for Christmas (which we did not get her) along with a Raspberry Pi (which we did).
in my program I am doing several
clEnqueueWriteBuffer(queue, pDeviceMem, CL_FALSE, 0, mySize, pMyObject, 0, nullptr, nullptr);
before a kernel launch, and expect these operations to finish before the kernel starts.
I am running an In-order queue. However about 50% of the kernel launches don't get the values that should have been entered by clEnqueueWriteBuffer.
If I set the "blocking flag" to CL_TRUE, the behaviour is as expected. Also on NVidia HW the behaviour is OK when running non-blocking buffer writes.
Earlier this year, Intel made the decision to integrate OpenCL™ support into two software development suites: Intel® Integrated Native Developer Experience (Intel® INDE) and Intel® Media Server Studio. At the time, we decided to provide the Intel® SDK for OpenCL™ Applications under a new name: Intel® OpenCL™ Code Builder. OpenCL support at Intel has long-been mainstream, so integrating Intel® OpenCL™ Code Builder into Intel's tool suites for developers made sense.
Il 2 marzo 2015, durante il Mobile World Congress a Barcellona, Spagna, fra gli altri Intel ha annunciato l'introduzione della serie di processori Intel® Atom™ x3, la prima piattaforma di comunicazione integrata di Intel. Precedentemente chiamato in codice “SoFIA”, la serie di processori Intel® Atom™ x3 è un SoC con processore Intel Atom a 64 bit e modem baseband cellulare integrato per smartphone, phablet e tablet. Il SoC sarà disponibile in versione 4G LTE e 3G.
L'uso della comunicazione Bluetooth* LE (BLE) sta vivendo un boom sia nei prodotti commerciali che in ambito hobbystico, principalmente grazie al costo ridotto e ai requisiti energetici minimi. Tutto ciò lo rende un'ottima scelta quando si desidera comunicare dal proprio telefono o tablet Android* verso i progetti Intel® Edison o Intel® Galileo.
just know that OpenCL site may not be best place to ask.. please move to correct subforum..
just saw Nvidia Tegra X1 Jetson board with VisionWorks and seeing Khronos OpenVX conformance site I see that Intel has "OpenVX SDK for Intel(R) Core(TM) and Intel(R) Atom (TM)" approved so..
I would like to have access even in beta from.. can you share some ETA?
also Nvidia implementation seems using CUDA and GPU accelerated is OpenVX Intel implementation using iGPU via OpenCL? if not using AVX 2 from CPU?
We know that user can check document of VTune(TM) Amplifier XE to know supported events for any specific Intel(R) processor. Another way, on GUI if user modifies any existing event-based analysis to add/remove event(s), the combo-list box displays all supported events for current running system,...here I talk about getting all supported events quickly in command line, regarding that some users have no graphic user interface (X11 libraries are not installed on Linux*).
For Early version, for example version 2015 Update 2 -