The conservative morphological anti-aliasing 2.0 (CMAA2) algorithm is a significant update of the original
So Intel was at Augmented World Expo 2015. Why? And what did we do there and what did we share? Read this blog to find out!
Nowadays, VR is welcomed by lots of developers, OEMs, and end users. People enjoy VR experience as they can be immersive in a virtual world.
This part of the tutorial presented a way to use textures (combined image samplers, in fact) inside shaders. To do this we created an image and allocated and bound a memory to it. We also created an image view. Next, we copied data from a staging buffer to the image to initialize its contents. We also created a sampler object that defined a way in which image data was read inside shaders.
To take advantage of the additional computing power on high-end CPUs, Intel has developed a plugin that gives detailed CPU metrics and SynthBenchmark performance indicators. The metrics from this plugin can be used to differentiate features and content by CPU capability. Binning features and content in this manner will allow your game to run on a range of systems without impacting the overall...
Unreal Engine* from Epic Games has a powerful virtual reality (VR) editor option, but something they did not include is the ability to edit and place sounds while inside VR. It can be troublesome to have to constantly restart the editor after adjusting a sound to test what it sounds like in VR. This tutorial show you how to create a sound editor that allows game developers and sound designers to...
With multi-core processors now common place in PCs, and core counts continually climbing, software developers must adapt. By learning to tackle potential performance bottlenecks and issues with concurrency, engineers can future-proof their code to seamlessly handle additional cores as they are added to consumer systems.
This software example demonstrates how to use multi-core technologies to edit images. There are two parts to this project, a .NET Windows application front end written using C# and Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) and a C++ DLL which is responsible for the actual manipulation of the image.