Welcome to the QDN blog. We invite you to respond to our thoughts and share with us some of your own. If you'd like to post a comment, you need to follow our Posting Guidelines
“I’d like to program the DSP and move our app toward heterogeneous computing. How will that increase processing power, improve compute efficiency and reduce power consumption?”
With a world suddenly full of augmented reality enthusiasts thanks to Pokemon Go, can we here at Qualcomm be assume there aren’t others out there wanting to create augmented reality (AR) creatures of their own? The good news is that our developer of the month Aryan Behzadi and his company Triple-E are using a plethora of Qualcomm® technologies to help bring AR dreams to life.
Features that incorporate audio, computational camera, computer vision, and even mobile machine learning can perform better and consume less power when you run them on the Qualcomm® Hexagon™ digital signal processor (DSP). If you’re interested in these use cases, then download the Qualcomm® Hexagon™ SDK 3.0 for a simple and fast start to programming your algorithms in a completely new way.
What happens when you give a maker with a wild imagination a DragonBoard 410c? You get a fully operational Dragon Detector, naturally. OK, you may be thinking “But there’s no such thing as dragons!” Well, don’t tell that to our developer of month, Andy Clark.
Opinions expressed in the content posted here are the personal opinions of the original authors, and do not necessarily reflect those of Qualcomm Incorporated or its subsidiaries ("Qualcomm"). The content is provided for informational purposes only and is not meant to be an endorsement or representation by Qualcomm or any other party. This site may also provide links or references to non-Qualcomm sites and resources. Qualcomm makes no representations, warranties, or other commitments whatsoever about any non-Qualcomm sites or third-party resources that may be referenced, accessible from, or linked to this site.