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Chromium

Chromium is an ‘upstream’ open source browser and web engine project that contributes significantly to the growing Chrome ecosystem. Chromium’s code is utilized in important products and other open source projects including the Chrome browser, Chrome OS, Android Open Source Platform, the rendering engine Blink and the web app run-time project Crosswalk.

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AR markers

AR marker detection on GPU using WebGL*

1. Introduction While developing a 3D model scanning implementation, I realized that fiducial Augmented Reality (AR) markers are a simpler alternative to the Iterative Closest Point (ICP) algorithm. AR markers have the added benefit of marking a cut-off plane separating the scanned 3D object from the environment. After evaluating existing solutions, I started designing the algorithm and...

ENABLING AUDIO ON THE CHROMIUM OS* TREE FOR CHROMEBOOKS* BASED ON INTEL® ARCHITECTURE

Introduction Audio solutions on Intel® architecture-based Chromebooks have evolved since the launch of the first Chromebook in 2009. Two different solutions have been used for Chrome OS* and Chromium* OS: HD Audio and Audio DSP. HD Audio  HD Audio has been around for a long time and is still being used for the majority of Linux* desktop and laptop systems. The HD Audio solution, on the...

Improve your Website Usability by Supporting Different and New Laptop Form Factors

A refresh on responsive design As a web developer, you’re probably familiar with responsive design. To put it simply, it’s a way to ensure your web page works well and looks good on all devices. Here is an simple example of how a web page adapts to the device it’s running on: Credit : Wikipedia Creative Common Usually, you achieve this result by using a combination of CSS and HTML. You...

Depth camera capture in HTML5

Depth camera capture in HTML5 In the last few months, several improvements to the Chromium* open source project have enabled web applications to capture and manipulate depth stream data from cameras like the Intel® RealSense™ Depth Camera1. This pushes the boundaries of what JavaScript* apps can do and enables application developers to innovate new features and web apps. In this article I’ll...