Future Lab: Visual Computing Lab

January 31st, 2011 |
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Intel’s new visual computing lab is researching how to create immersive experiences with computers. Parallel processing is opening the doors to the ability to synthesize images and audio which look and sound real. Here is Intel’s announcement of the new visual computing lab and the new Science and Technology Centers.

Doug James, Associate Professor, Department of Computer Science, Cornell University

Pat Hanrahan, Canon USA, Professor, Stanford University,
John Owens, Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at U.C. Davis

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