AMD. Intel. Now Taylor
A former senior PR executive at Intel and AMD has now a senior vice president role at Ryff - a startup making waves in Silicon Valley and now with what appears to have an office in The Smoke (London).
Unreal Engine for render in videos
There is a new company called the Ryff and a few industry veterans dared to change the product placing market introducing a realistic rendering. Instead of remaking the video for every single market or target audience, they decided to use 3D rendering to replace the existing objects in the video.
Moving in real time
Cubic Motion, which makes real-time model-based computer vision and facial animation, has appointed Roy Taylor to its Advisory Board. There is a video below showing what Cubic Motion is up too and it looks like that it has interesting motion capture tech for usie in the movie and gaming (unreal engine) industries.
AMD goes to Hollywood
AMD has announced that the company has created AMD Studios, to work closely with Hollywood producers and studios.
Bathing in the limelight
Last week the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) decided it would enter the world of virtual reality and has created a group to let it cover the developments in the medium.
Roy Taylor teases Tiki SFF once again
Roy Taylor has once again teased the console-sized Falcon Northwest Tiki SFF PC showing what appears to be an air-cooled Radeon Fury X2 dual-GPU graphics card.
VR and DirectX 12 ready PCs stacked on shelves
AMD's Roy Taylor has been known to use its razor sharp marketing skills to tease the upcoming products and now he took to Twitter to show a shelf fully stacked with "console-sized" Falcon Northwest Tiki PCs with Radeon Technologies Group and AMD badge.
AMD's Roy Taylor confirms at VRLA 2016
AMD already teased its upcoming dual-GPU Radeon R9 Fury X2 during VRLA 2016 Winter Expo in Los Angeles and it appears that AMD's Roy Taylor revealed a bit more details regarding its performance, including the single-performance compute performance.
AMD and DICE confirm