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Posted 19 Sep 2011

Dynamic Resolution Rendering

, 19 Sep 2011
Dynamic Resolution Rendering lets developers dynamically vary the resolution of their screen rendering instead of having a static resolution selection. The end result: Stable, high frame rates can be achieved with high-quality GUIs, even on low-end systems. This code sample is free to use.

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Doug Binks
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Senior Application Engineer, Intel Visual Computing

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