That's what we need, a multitouch interface to the reactor where you can fatfinger and hit the meltdown button by mistake
"a car on a bicycle"
that must have been a big bike to support a car!
And that's why the old consoles can output RGB via SCART.../sarcasm
"Analysts believe the addition of Android Auto earlier this year may also be causing delays because manufacturers want to be able to announce availability of both platforms in their new model vehicles."
Put Tim Cook on a treadmill-generator to burn off his rage and we could power NYC
thats funny, because i went to their site and could not find any screenshots of this OS claiming to be very well designed. and then you tell me about the seashell picture, which they do not indicate will lead to a screenshot.
I just LOVE the part where you didn't even answer my fucking question!
and where is the sdk/tools needed to run CL kernels on the shield tablet so your results can be recreated?
If I really wanted to bash the jetson TK1 I would probably talk about how it lacks any kind of official wifi support...you have to use a community created kernel to get wifi support, because nVidia punted on the issue for whatever reason. buyer beware! Meanwhile the $35 raspberry pi (and its official raspbian linux) has supported wifi for a long time now. For the price nVidia is charging they really need to increase their support/maintenance of Jetson tk1. Its a shame because the cuda samples for Jetson really show that the GPU is quite capable.
image processing of the device's camera output would be one such use...
There is currently no published dev tools for OpenCL for the tegrak1. If you want to do development for a *specific* device that has a k1 (such as the shield tablet) you need to use the tegra android development pack, and guess what, it does NOT support CL yet. The OP is reporting on something that is not even out yet.
Since google has not put their weight behind OpenCL any CL development you do for android will be very device specific. So the fragmentation issue that Apple bashes Android for is very real if you want to use CL...
Google should do something (and soon) because Apple's metal API supports GPU compute workloads. Sure you can do GPGPU using OpenGL ES but that is more limited in scope than a full CL implementation...
"TK1 embedded Linux board doesn't support OpenCL at all"
^^^That's some fine nVidia double-think right there ^^^
"Tegra K1 chip supports hardware-accelerated OpenCL on Android."
Ahh there it is, finally the cold hard truth. Took us a little bit of time to get to the truth now, hmmm?
"but that is due to Linux OS related issues"
Oh we are back to playing loose with the truth now!
So we have Cuda on TK1 but not CL because of Linux OS issues. Yeah, right. This site is the PERFECT place to finger-point at Linux so thank you for providing us with some weekend entertainment!
The Nexus 10 I purchased on launch day had a working OpenCL implementation. I ran some kernels on it and it was definitely GPU accelerated. A software update actually removed the CL driver later on as Google backtracked on CL support and began promoting their Renderscript instead.
Also, the nVidia jetson-tk1 that I purchased does NOT have a working OpenCL implementation.
Look at the comments from the nvidia employee: http://devblogs.nvidia.com/par...
This article is just free advertising for nVidia, and its false information too!
They make great hardware, why do they have to be so damn dishonest all the time?
...because the OP likes to read?
Its like society at large has no fucking clue that google glass only has 45 minutes of battery life...
remotefx blows. it only provides a direct3d interface, there is no opengl support (which is what the majority of the scientific visualization community uses).