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 better-than real-time performance on a UAV Imaging application. The Northrop group took advantage of AccelerEyes consulting services to achieve a huge acceleration in performance. In this webinar, we presented this application in detail and the benefits that it achieved.

We really enjoy hosting webinars, for they give us an opportunity to engage with the people that use our product! Plus, every webinar has something for everyone, so make sure you register for the next webinar soon.

Watch the webinar video here:


Since the webinar demos were not recorded, we are offering to run special live WebEx demos for anyone interested in Optics or Photonics on the GPU. Simply email us at support@accelereyes.com to setup a WebEx demo session with an AccelerEyes engineer.

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