Photos from Research@Intel Day

I saw some amazing things today, from a car that could completely drive itself (really), to an 80-core 2 teraflop (that’s 2 trillion operations per second) processor, and a whole lot more. It’s amazing what they come up with in Intel Research labs – some of the smartest people on the planet, for sure.

Here’s a slideshow of the photos I took today at Research@Intel Day. You can also view the photos in this set on Flickr. The nifty inline slideshow is courtesy of Paul Stamatiou’s FlickrSlidr.

Created with Paul’s flickrSLiDR.

Most of the pictures have descriptions if you want to know more about what you’re seeing, and I’m going to write up some blog posts on each of the demos I saw today as soon as I can. I shot HD video of a lot of them, too, but that will be a little longer in coming.

Check them out, and let me know if you have any questions!


3 thoughts on “Photos from Research@Intel Day

  1. Yeah, I had a weird problem with all of my sites today, but a quick call to my web host, and it was fixed. Let me know if it starts acting weird again! 🙂

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