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In the same way that parallel programing is revolutionizing the back-end of systems, perceptual computing is doing the same for the front-end user experience of apps. New tools let developers create immersive applications that incorporate close-range hand and finger tracking, speech recognition, facial analysis, and 2D/3D object tracking on 2nd and …
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How do you most effectively unlock the power of more cores and wider vectors? Noah Clemons, Technical Consulting Engineer, Intel Corp. and Edward Nugent, Research Intern, Naval Postgraduate School sit down with Geeknet Senior Content Director Joe Maglitta and explain how, along with the key role of Intel® Parallel Studio XE 2013 and …
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Improving parallelism for better utilization of cores and vectors pays off on both Intel® Xeon® and Intel® Xeon Phi™ Processors. Find out why and how in this interview with Robert Geva, Principal Engineer, Intel.
Intel’s Craig Hurst demonstrates Intel’s new perceptual computing software developer kit. The SDK allows developers access to gesture, face, and voice recognition patterns and embed them in their applications. Perceptual computing offers developers and software architects a new way to design user interface in their applications. Check out this demonstration to learn more.