Re: Presentation

I'll chime in as well with a short presentation now that the holidays
are over :-)

I'm Felix Ekblom, I live in Gothenburg, Sweden and I too work for
Opera Software. I've been working with a Mobile focus during my 4
years at Opera on platforms including Symbian and Android as well as
working with our more platform independent code.

I am also interested in bringing high performance computational power
to the Web, be it SIMD-optimized array computations or parallel
computations. When it comes to this group I'm especially interested in
getting a fast FFT and filter mechanism in place.

Best regards,
Felix

On Thu, Dec 12, 2013 at 10:28 AM, Marcus Geelnard <mage@opera.com> wrote:
> Hello again!
>
> I'm sorry that it has taken some time to get around to starting this group
> (I've been a bit busy).
>
> To get going, I would like to ask everyone in this group to write a short
> summary about themselves. You can also include a bit about what you expect
> from this group.
>
> I'll start by presenting myself...
>
> I'm Marcus Geelnard, and I live in Sweden where I work for Opera Software
> (where I've been working for about 3  years).
>
> I'm currently acting technical lead in an infrastructure team for our mobile
> products. At Opera I've also worked with graphics and video (mostly
> hardware- and assembler/SIMD-optimizations for mobile devices), and I've
> been involved in the W3C Audio working group for some time now.
>
> Apart from that, I have a background in 3D graphics (OpenGL) and signal
> processing, and I have a hobby interest in music and sound synthesis (see
> e.g [1]), and I generally believe that the Web is a killer platform an I
> love coding up JavaScript demos.
>
> With this Community Group, I hope that we'll be able to move the performance
> for DSP-like processing on the Web forward. As an input to this group, I
> have prepared a draft specification of an API [2] that can enhance the
> performance of many operations by several orders of magnitude [3]. What I
> think is important now is to put this suggestion in relation to other
> emerging & existing technologies, and define the scope of what we want to
> achieve.
>
> Personally, my main focus is to provide a good solution for low latency
> processing of Float32 data that lives on the ECMAScript heap, and I like to
> keep a limited scope in order to make it feasible to move to implementation
> in a foreseeable future, while at the same time making minimal intrusion on
> the existing Web platform.
>
> Regards,
>
>   Marcus
>
>
>
> [1] http://sb.bitsnbites.eu
> [2] http://opera-mage.github.io/webarraymath/
> [3] http://opera-mage.github.io/webarraymath/benchmark/results.html
>
> --
> Marcus Geelnard
> Technical Lead, Mobile Infrastructure
> Opera Software
>
>

Received on Thursday, 16 January 2014 12:50:10 UTC