Eve of the Forum IDF, which passes these days in San Francisco, Intel Corporation has held a series of press briefings on research and development of advanced computing technologies. Here are the major news zero-day forum.
Jim Held described the new models use visual computing network, involving the exchange of experiences and information online through interactive visual interfaces. They can be divided into two main categories:Modeliruemye conditions such as virtual worlds, collective interactive games, movies and enhanced three-dimensional reality, when combined with the real image of digital information to obtain a more complete vision of the world around us. Jim Held talked about the main aspects of the use of these models, including new innovative platform client/server, more intelligent distributed computing technologies, tools to generate three-dimensional user content, as well as technologies to improve the efficiency of mobile devices. He introduced a new programme of research Intel, which is aimed at resolving fundamental technical problems that hamper the wide dissemination of visual computing network.
Andrew Chin introduced the concept of new computing possibilities for combining the real and digital worlds with the help of sensors - the windows in the real world. Such devices convert analog information about the nature of digital data, an computer processing, which allows to provide widespread and positive impact on human life. Chin told the multitude of devices - from microscopic to the macroscopic, including videosensory, tracking the development of stem cells and skin damage, atoms, which interact with neighboring devices to create flexible physical images through a system of Dynamic Physical Rendering, cameras and accelerometers, fixing human activity in teaching and entertainment, as well as sensors of the environment, to respond to climate change. The main component of success is the ability to set precise measurement of parameters real-world analysis of these parameters and implement appropriate action.
Mary Smayli described the main directions of research in the field of implementation of the Carry Small, Live Large, aimed at creating technologies that will provide great benefit to the user through a better understanding of its problems, needs and environment through sensors and analysing information. The sensors can collect a lot of data, but one of the problems associated with them - the exact interpretation and understanding of these data in order to ensure effective use of information obtained. Smile demonstrated a research project in which sensors and interpreting information system used to control individual health status.