Researchers are breaking new ground in compressing and retrieving human motion data used in medical simulations, animations, interactive games, and digital film.
With the help of state-of-the-art hardware donated by Texas Instruments, a new course is teaching students how to program real-world heterogeneous multicore platforms with embedded DSPs and compute accelerators.
Computer Science Faculty Honored at UH Evening of Faculty Excellence
Faculty recognized for excellence in teaching and mentoring undergraduate research.
Pavlidis Interviewed by BBC News Magazine
Article looks at rise of video surveillance in U.S.
Study Examines Performance and Power Consumption of 3D Mobile Games
Results inform design of more energy-efficient games and hardware.