Michael Both

As a software architect, Michael’s career has focused on innovations in visualization and communication software. At Abaco, he’s been responsible for the development of DataView, EventView, AXISFlow, and AXISView. As a hobby, he started developing software for Atari back in the 80s. When the iPhone came out, he created the official Rubik’s Cube app, which five years later was featured in an Apple TV commercial (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ajj2-KYQ0R0). And yes, he can solve it in under 30 seconds. Bernie refers to him as Rubik’s Mike.

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Object Detection the Deep Learning Way

Hundreds of millions of years ago, creatures worked out to how to see and make sense of the world around them. Now, deep learning uses the knowledge we've gained over time about how our eyes learn - enabling powerful computers to see things pretty much the way we do.

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ImageFlex: Introducing a New Addiction for Developers

Developers love the speed and power of GPU processing…but image visualization has been a major hurdle. Now, there’s an easier way to complete the GPU picture.

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GPUs: Transforming What’s Possible—More Easily

Creating and displaying graphics using GPUs can be complex—but we're developing a solution that can simplify the process.

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GPUs: Transforming What's Possible

GPUs are a quiet innovation that have taken some time to reach their potential—but now they're transforming what's possible.

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Effortless Visualization

Adding visualization to embedded applications has been difficult for decades—but we've made it easy. Michael Both describes how DataView, part of our AXIS development tool suite, breaks down traditional barriers of GUI packages and adds visualization to embedded applications faster than ever.

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