NVIDIA booth presentation at SC11, "Easy Teraflop to Petascale Supercomputing for Everyone"
Attached are my slides for my SC11 booth presentation, "Easy Teraflop to Petascale Supercomputing for Everyone". View in slideshow mode to see animations.
A demonstration "home-movie" video of the chapter 12 code in action can be seen on YouTube http://youtu.be/mjC8mU9t-qQ.
Use the face segmentation to create your own "kinect" controller with a webcam, morph a face or figure in your own video game via the 3D code example, perform augmented reality using the included sobel filter to identify the face region. Bottom line: Have fun! :-)
11/23/2011: The video of my booth presentation is now on the NVIDIA site. NOTE: This does show live streaming video being processed by a battery powered GPU in a laptop. Technical difficulties in providing the live facebook feed gives audio only from 15:15 to 22:42. Skip to 22:42 to see an abbreviated demonstration of the chapter 12 code running on the laptop. (The demo was abbreviated as I was running out of time! The NVIDIA people were wonderful but they had a schedule to keep.)
For those who wish to see me give the demonstration using the YouTube video (http://youtu.be/mjC8mU9t-qQ) in my booth talk (as well as my song and dance numbers to maintain audience interest and giving away a free book), download the following: http://www.cudadeveloper.com/temp/RobFarber.flv while it remains live.
|Final - easy teraflop to petascale supercomputing for everyone.ppt||8.73 MB|
|Final - easy teraflop to petascale supercomputing for everyone.pdf||1.86 MB|