The ArrayFire Blog’s Best of 2014

Aaron TaylorArrayFire 1 Comment

The year 2014 was a big one for us! Before we get too far into 2015, we thought we’d share the most popular posts of 2014.

So, without further adieu, we give you the TOP TEN ARRAYFIRE BLOG POSTS OF 2014:

1. Getting Started with OpenCL on Android: In which we review how to do image processing on camera feed on Android devices using OpenCL.

2. Image Processing Benchmarks on NVIDIA Jetson TK1: In which we look at benchmarks of the following ArrayFire image processing functions on an ARM device: erosion/dilation, median filter, resize, histogram, bilateral filter, and convolution.

3. OpenCL on Mobile Devices: In which we share a consolidated list of OpenCL supported Android devices.

4. Quest for the Smallest OpenCL Program: In which Umar searches for the smallest OpenCL program, with a focus on simplicity and readability.

5. ArrayFire is Now Open Source: In which we announce the open sourcing of ArrayFire!

6. Cross Compile to Windows from Linux: In which we cover a quick way to get a Windows build of platform independent code that you might already have running in Linux.

7. Zero Copy on Tegra K1: In which we explore the utility of zero copy access on the Tegra K1 processor.

8. Computer Vision ArrayFire—Part 1: Feature Detection: In which we share some of our current benchmarks for Harris corner detector and FAST feature detector, and compare the performance of our implementation of these functions against the same functions in OpenCV, one of the best code references for computer vision.

9. Remote Off-screen Rendering with OpenGL: In which we have compiled a list of steps that users can use to run full profile OpenGL applications over SSH on remote systems without a display.

10. New Features in ArrayFire: In which we discuss some of the bigger changes and additions to ArrayFire.

Enjoy the reads! Here’s to an equally momentous 2015!

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