OpenCV* 3.0.0 (Intel® IPP & Intel® TBB enabled) on Yocto* with Intel® Edison with new Yocto* image releaseThis article is a tutorial for setting up OpenCV* 3.0.0 on Yocto* with Intel® Edison. We will build OpenCV 3.0.0 on Intel® Edison Breakout/Expansion Board using a Windows*/Linux* host machine. In this article, we will enable Intel® Integrated Performance Primitives (Intel® IPP) and Intel® Threading Building Blocks (Intel® TBB) to optimize and parallelize some OpenCV functions. For example,...
In game development, middleware can be the software between the kernel and the UX, or it can be software that makes game development easier by providing additional services, features, and functionality. Whether you are looking for an entire game engine to develop your idea into a game, or an efficient easy-to-use video codec to deploy full motion video, this list will guide you to the best...
This article details an algorithm and associated sample code for software occlusion culling which is available for download. The technique divides scene objects into occluders and occludees and culls occludees based on a depth comparison with the occluders that are software rasterized to the depth buffer. The sample code uses frustum culling and is optimized with Streaming SIMD Extensions (SSE)...
Intel® Processor Graphics is updated in distinct generations. This page discusses Intel® Processor Graphics in detail, has the latest Intel Graphics Developer's Guide, along with previous generations of Intel Graphics Developer's Guides.
Announcing a new multi-part tutorial series to help software developers integrate Intel® Software Guard Extensions (Intel® SGX) into their applications. The series will guide you through building an Intel SGX application, beginning at application design and running through development, testing, packaging, and deployment. This in-depth look at enabling Intel SGX in a single application provides...
This first article in the Intel® Software Guard Extensions (Intel® SGX) tutorial series is a brief overview of the technology. Learn how Intel SGX can protect your application's private information, including passwords, account numbers, financial information, encryption keys, and health records.
The second part in the Intel® Software Guard Extensions (Intel® SGX) tutorial series is a high-level specification for the application we’ll be developing: a simple password manager that provides the same core functions as a commercial product while following good security practices, which we'll then use as a learning vehicle for designing for Intel SGX.
In Part 3 of the Intel® Software Guard Extensions (Intel® SGX) tutorial series we’ll talk about how to design an application with Intel SGX in mind.
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