Hubert Nguyen

Hubert Nguyen is the co-founder and editor of Ubergizmo. He has a passion for technology and enjoys sharing it.

He is a retired computer graphics engineer who programmed special-effects such as real-time fire or hair rendering, for NVIDIA. Hubert also managed the NVIDIA developer education program and edited “GPU Gems 3“, a best-selling 3D programming book.

Before joining NVIDIA, Hubert was at 3dfx interactive. Prior to that, he worked on 3D-Engines in various video games.

Hubert started to program computer graphics in 1991 when he was involved in the underground European DemoScene. In 1994, his “Impact Studios” team won the world’s largest PC demo competition: The Party, in Denmark.

Connect with Hubert on TwitterFacebookGoogle+ (photo by Hermance Triay)

Recent stories this author

Qualcomm IoT Push Goes From Chips To Complete Platforms

10/21/2016, In the past week, Qualcomm has been pitching developers and hardware partners in Hong Kong and when it comes to IoT (Internet of Things), Qualcomm has gone from discrete chips to platform, in a big way. In the past, the company has created various...

Qualcomm X50: World’s First 5G Modem

10/19/2016, 5G Networks are one step closer to becoming a reality for wireless broadband users worldwide. With the announcement if the X50 5G modem, Qualcomm draws a line in the sand and prepares the whole wireless industry to go to the next level.

1Gbps Downloads In Next Snapdragon 800 Series Processors

10/18/2016, Qualcomm has made it official that its next-gen Snapdragon 800 Series of SoC (probably the Snapdragon 830) would integrate the Qualcomm X16 LTE Modem which is capable of reaching theoretical speeds close to 1 Gbps.

Snapdragon Ready For Connected Cameras

10/18/2016, We already know that Qualcomm is very serious about IoT, but it is about to make a new push in Connected Cameras and enable partners to create pressure and disruption in the coming months. Qualcomm will address that market with a complete Connected Camera...

Qualcomm Snapdragon 653, 626 and 427 Add New Performance Tiers

10/17/2016, During its Qualcomm 4G/5G Summit in Hong Kong, Qualcomm has announced three new application processors for the mobile markets. The Snapdragon 653, Snapdragon 626 and Snapdragon 427 add a new performance and feature(s) option for OEMs and ODMs, and one...

Taking The LG V20 Apart in 3mn20s (Video)

10/11/2016, Since I’m in Asia this week, it was a good time to stop by LG and meet the people behind the LG V20. We asked one of the LG Engineers working on this project to take a V20 apart to show us how it’s built and what’s inside.

Google Pixel Phone Revealed

10/04/2016, Google has just announced its Pixel phone. You may know the Pixel name from the Chromebooks line of products, and in both cases, Pixel described the absolute best Hardware and Software available from Google. The Google Pixel phone features a sleek design,...

iOS 10 OTA Update Bricks iPhones and iPads: How To Fix It

09/13/2016, Reports about iOS 10 updated disabling iPhones and iPad are starting to surface. The primary symptom is an update screen which progress is “stuck”, followed by a Connect to iTunes via cable screen. Apple is aware of the problem, has come up with a...

Intel Gets Low-Power Vision Technology From Movidius Acquisition

09/06/2016, Intel is acquiring Movidius, a chip-maker known for the Myriad series of SoC specialized in vision and deep learning inference workload at low power. Intel’s main stated reason for buying Movidius is to strengthen its Intel Realsense technology which...

Apologize for Mocking CSI’s “Photo Enhance” All These Years

09/02/2016, We’ll all seen it in various Police and Espionage dramas: some horribly blurry or pixelated image is taking from an equally horrible surveillance camera and after “enhancement” a face come out of it. For years, many of us have laughed at these movie...