There is no doubt then that real-time ray tracing has a bright future making this undoubtedly an exciting time for anyone interested in the 3D graphics. The low power rasterized graphics, pioneering ray tracing work, and continued innovation in AI and neural networks, all combine to help take graphics to the next level.
Despite the challenges posed by Covid-19, the U.S. DARPA continues to work on advancing technologies and new programs. Let's look at some of the most recent programs launched in 2020...
Forget digital electronics: the long-discussed dream of optical computing may have taken another small step forward with the recent development of light-activated non-mechanical switching.
While it’s too early to say how far neural networks will take us, the technology will see broad use in areas such as self-driving cars and image recognition, experts say.
1QBit’s quantum computers software will run on Fujitsu’s AI cloud platform, aiming to introduce new solutions to computational challenges in a variety of fields.
The CTC 101 kit supports programming and mechatronics with five themed modules and reusable parts, allowing experiments to be reconfigured.
The TS-4900 is a high-performance Computer on Module based on the NXP i.MX6 CPU which implements the ARM Cortex A9 architecture clocked at 1GHz.
Using a spread-spectrum clock in a PCIe spec helps reduce the risk of radiated emissions issues. However, not all solutions are compliant.
LTpowerCAD design tool provides a systematic and simple way for designing the key parameters of a power supply in five steps.
LTC Power System Management devices use an EEPROM along with resistors on pins to set unique address of each device (slave).