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Violin Yanev

Software Developer, RAMSES at BMW Car IT

I joined BMW Car IT in 2012 and have been working hard together with my team on BMW’s next-generation rendering solution: RAMSES. My interests lie mainly with computer graphics, but also computer vision, machine learning, medical computing and general computer science topics. I spend some of my time following general trends in technology, such as GPGPU, Vulkan, but also autonomous driving, IoT, smart devices and many others. As a coder, I put much value on simple, cross-platform, self-explanatory code, good test coverage and minimal dependencies.

 

My Sessions

RAMSES Tutorial

Grand Ballroom 1

RAMSES, developed by BMW and contributed to GENIVI, is a framework for defining, storing and distributing 3D (can be also 2D) scenes for HMIs. From a user’s perspective, RAMSES looks like a thin C++ abstraction of OpenGL commands. RAMSES offers the same feature level as OpenGL but allows higher levels constructs such as widgets to be built […]

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RAMSES Tutorial, continued

Grand Ballroom 1

RAMSES, developed by BMW and contributed to GENIVI, is a framework for defining, storing and distributing 3D (can be also 2D) scenes for HMIs. From a user’s perspective, RAMSES looks like a thin C++ abstraction of OpenGL commands. RAMSES offers the same feature level as OpenGL but allows higher levels constructs such as widgets to be built […]

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