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8/29/2013 00:00 AM EDT
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rick merritt
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Computational photography is hot
rick merritt   8/29/2013 7:45:40 PM
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Computational photography is hot right now as a differentiator for next gen handsets. Qcomm and others are pushing hard on this.

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Re: Computational photography is hot
docdivakar   8/30/2013 3:45:51 PM
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@Rick: computational photography is indeed a good use case / justification to bring GPU-computing into mobiles & tablets. The latter may be a bit more accommodating when it comes to power consumption but smart phone applications will be limited by power consumption and thermal management.

@Peter: any plans to do a follow up on this topic with Nvidia's plans for the mobile & tablet market? How is nVidia going to address OpenCL vs. its CUDA for this market?

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