Intel(R) INDE is a tool that enables you to build programs for multiple platforms without sacrificing native code level performance. Check out this article to see if it's a good fit for your project.
Para comenzar a crear aplicaciones que funcionen en diferentes sistemas operativos con funcionalidades de procesamiento de video, transcodificación y efectos especiales, lo mejor es Media for Mobile, que forma parte del paquete INDE. ¿Por qué?
Visit with Intel at IBC in Amsterdam, Sept. 11 to 15 and preview exciting demos of new media software capabilities. With consumer demand exploding for video content and ultra HD TVs, media and video solution providers need to innovate for new, more efficient formats such as HEVC, and brilliant viewing experiences via 4K/UHD. With Intel hardware and software, these transitions can be easier, faster, and more powerful.
This driver adds support for the new Microsoft Windows* 10 64-bit operating system for Intel® 5th Generation Intel® Core Processors and 4th Generation Intel® Core Processors with Intel® HD Graphics and Iris™ Graphics. This new driver also supports various Windows* 10 features. Please see Release Notes for a record of the below information.
This article specifically talks about the UI Builder. Multi-OS Engine provides its own UI builder to build iOS apps which is similar to Android layout to build but has view objects similar to that of iOS. In this tutorial I am going to build a simple Quiz application for iOS using Multi-OS Engine and its UI builder.
Sprinxle is a company based in California that offers Intel AMT management solution and services. Recently, they added Sprinxle Cloud to their product line up. Sprinxle Cloud is a commercially supported version of Meshcentral. Late last year, they started taking the open source software and making the proper changes to it so they could offer it as a supported product. They offer e-mail and phone support along with many other services.
Running Arduino sketch at System Start-Up There are many ways to do this, but on Edison I found that the easiest way is using the /etc/init.d directory. There are many references out there for why and how this works, a good one can be found here. If this is your first time using init.d for start-up scripts, you’re going to have to first create the directory else skip to Step 2.
Intel Black Belt Lee Bamber describes the different ways that a computer can detect pulse, and explains how easy it is to do using the Intel RealSense F200 camera and the Intel RealSense SDK.
1000+ web developers across the southern China were flocking to Shanghai for “iWeb Summit 2015 – Shanghai Station”. “iWeb Summit” is an annual HTML5 developer-focused conference held by the HTML5 DreamWorks, which is one of the largest local HTML5 communities.