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GTC 2015 Keynotes

March 27, 2015 kangalow 0

The Keynotes from the GPU Technology Conference 2015 are now online. Opening Keynote – Jen-Hsun Huang NVIDIA CEO and co-founder Jen-Hsun Huang opened the show with some product announcements and spoke to the theme of the show, Deep Learning. The talk includes an overview of the Deep Learning process, and Read more …

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Tegra Automotive – GTC 2015

March 25, 2015 kangalow 2

There was a major emphasis on Tegra Automotive at the GPU Technology Conference (GTC) 2015. NVIDIA announced a new product, NVIDIA Drive PX, a $10,000 automotive development kit. The Drive PX has dual Tegra X1 processors which provides 2 TeraFLOPS of processing power. There are 12 (!) camera inputs. Looky Read more …

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Jetson TK1 Vehicles – GTC 2015

March 24, 2015 kangalow 0

There were several Jetson TK1 based robotic vehicles at the GPU Technology Conference (GTC) 2015 in San Jose, California. Looky here: Officine Robotiche – Jetson Champs In the NVIDIA booth, there were two members of Officine Robotiche: Raffaello Bonghi and Walter “Myzhar” Lucetti both from Italy. Their robots are based Read more …

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GTC 2015

March 23, 2015 kangalow 1

I have returned from GPU Technology Conference (GTC) 2015, which was the best conference that I have attended in the last 10 years. Over the course of the next several days, I’ll write up some of the interesting sights I saw (mostly about Jetson TK1 and Tegra K1/X1 based such Read more …

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Article on adding SPI kernel support

March 6, 2015 kangalow 5

David Cofer over at NeuroRobotic Technologies has written an excellent set of articles on how to enable the Jetson TK1’s touch screen SPI to communicate with other devices at speeds up to 25 MHz. The articles include background on the advantages of using this approach in real life applications, as Read more …

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Qt and CUDA on the Jetson TK1

March 3, 2015 kangalow 0

Laszlo Agocs over on the Qt blog has a write up on how to run Qt and CUDA on the NVIDIA Jetson TK1. Check it out! Qt Weekly #28: Qt and CUDA on the Jetson TK1

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BIDMach – Deep Learning with GPUs

February 18, 2015 kangalow 0

A great article over at the NVIDIA Parallel FORALL blog: BIDMach: Machine Learning at the Limit with GPUs by John Canny over at Berkeley. Introduction: Deep learning has made enormous leaps forward thanks to GPU hardware. But much Big Data analysis is still done with classical methods on sparse data. Read more …

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Saliency Detection on NVIDIA Jetson TK1

November 12, 2014 kangalow 0

YouTube user Sethu Jose did a nice little clip of Saliency Detection on the NVIDIA Jetson TK1. The code is based on this paper: A Model of Saliency-based Visual Attention for Rapid Scene Analysis by Laurent Itti, Christof Koch and Ernst Niebur. Looks like fun!