Optics Applications with ArrayFire

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In case you missed it, we recently held a webinar on the Jacket GPU Computing Engine for MATLAB® and its applications to Optics and Photonics on Aug 1.  From beam propagation methods to lens design, optics engineers are enjoying the benefit of GPU computing with Jacket to accelerate MATLAB® codes. This was part of a free series of webinars that help you learn about ArrayFire (for C/C++/Fortran/Python) and Jacket (for use with MATLAB®). Anyone can attend these webinars, for they are absolutely free and open for anyone to attend and interact with AccelerEyes engineers. Learn more at http://www.accelereyes.com/webinars. Jacket allows you to envision really fast applications for GPU computing, and the team at AccelerEyes recently helped Northrop Grumman Corporation achieve …

Jacket with MATLAB for Optics and DSP

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Over the last month I have heard many Jacket customers talk about their use of the Jacket platform for MATLAB to solve optics problems.   NASA and the University of Rochester are two that come to mind immediately.  We found some work that has been done recently to show an example of how Jacket can be used to solve an Optical Flow problem using the Horn and Schunk method and thought it might be useful to share. In addition, last week Seth Benton, a blogger for dspreleated.com shares his experience in working with Jacket.  After about a week of getting up to speed and running some examples his experience is worth sharing if you have not already seen it.