Hello and welcome to another episode of Visualize this! where we talk about topics relating to Visual Computing. I am Arti Gupta, community manager for Games Development on the Intel Software Network.
Our guest today is Robert Adams, a research engineer at Intel. Robert will talk to us about the research happening at Intel in the area of Virtual worlds.
Community News :
– The Intel Atom Developer Program was announced at IDF last week. Where developers can signup and start developing apps íV check it out
–Videos from the Intel developer forum held last week in San Francisco are now becoming available. One of interest to game developers is Paul Lindberg (Smoke optimization with Intel tools) which I mentioned in my talk with Paul in the last show. You can watch the video at the url on the screen, I will also include this in my show notes
Fanning the flames to really make it burn
íVIntel has invested $500,000 in TransGaming, a Canada-based company focused on bringing PC games to other platforms like Mac, Linux, and — eventually — television sets as an "on-demand" service. TransGaming is developing GameTree.tv, which will allow players to instantly load up a wide variety of games to play using their television sets but instead of using cloud computing it will do game rendering client-side, using Intel&aposs own "system on a chip" architecture. Intel separately announced today that those compact, graphics-oriented chips would be integrated into forthcoming HDTV sets.
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Show Questions :
–tell our listeners about your role, what do you do?