This is not the solution that the team will use. In fact, I have the impression that people think it is a little out there. Do I think it is a little out there? Personally, no, but then I am very interested in using cloud services.
So what exactly is this somewhat unconventional solution?
I am participating in the Intel Innovator’s Summit come November 14th in Seattle. One of the hacking projects will be with the Intel Joule kit, a toy car holding our favorite animated characters along with a Real-sense camera. The summit promises to be a lot of fun.
First and foremost: The team has not decided upon which animated character to use, but I voted for Ren and Stimpy. This decision probably shows both my decrepitude as well as my twisted sense of humor.
To provide easy-to-use APIs and reduce the effort required to add Intel® Integrated Performance Primitives (Intel® IPP) functions to your application, Intel® IPP library introduces new Integration Wrappers APIs. These APIs aggregate multiple Intel® IPP functions and provide easy interfaces to support external threading of Intel® IPP functions. A technical preview of Integration Wrappers functionality is now available for evaluation.
Integration Wrappers consist of C and C++ interfaces: