Which Intel® Processor is Right For Your VR Project?

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Which 7th generation Intel processor is better suited for applications that use virtual reality (VR) as part of its user interface, Intel® Core™ i5 or i7 processors? The obvious answer is Intel® Core™ i7 processor but how much better does it perform and exactly what difference does that extra performance mean to the end user? The Intel® Core™ i5 and i7 CPU Differentiating Features webinar sets out to answer those questions – to quantify how much better an Intel® Core™ i7 processor performs in a VR application over an Intel® Core i5™ processor, and to demonstrate the effects of the better performance.

What you will learn:

  • Quantify how much better an Intel® i7 processor performs in a VR application over an Intel® i5 processor.
  • Demonstrate the effect of the better performance.

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About Our Speaker

Rudy Cazabon

Technical Marketing Engineer, Intel Corporation

Rudy Cazabon received his Bachelor's degree in Space Science (minor in Mechanical Engineering) from the Florida Institute of Technology; with graduate studies in Aerospace and Astronautics from Georgia Tech and Management Science from Stanford. Rudy has served as engineering manager and architect on projects such as Autodesk 3DS Max, Havok StudioTools, and the Project Offset game-engine slated for the then Intel Larrabee graphics architecture. Rudy has been running his own technical consultancy in 3D graphics, VR, and computer vision and is returning to Intel. Rudy is an active volunteer in STEM K-12 programs and participates in academic venues such as ACM Siggraph.