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.

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Xiaomi Mi Note Pro Leads Snapdragon 810 Performance

05/20/2015, The Xiaomi Mi Note Pro recently went on sale in Asia, and now that we got a unit in our hands, we were curious to check what the performance looks like, and it was a good surprise: as it stands, the Xiaomi Mi Note Pro is the fastest Snapdragon 810 powered...

LG G4 Supports Quick Charge, But…

05/12/2015, There has been quite a bit of drama with the LG G4 (read our LG G4 review) alleged lack of Quick Charge recently, and we have discussed this on Ubergizmo as well. I remembered not seeing the feature in the specs, but since it has been a standard feature...

HoloLens Demo Impresses [Microsoft Build 2015]

04/29/2015, HoloLens has been making quite a bit of noise ever since it was first shown back in January. It is supposed to bring “hologram technology” to the masses as a stand-alone device, which can also work with a PC or Xbox one day. What’s new today is that...

Microsoft Edge Web Browser (aka Project Spartan)

04/29/2015, Microsoft Edge: this is the name for the next-generation Microsoft Browser which will replace the infamous Internet Explorer. Unveiled previously as Project Spartan, the new web browser is designed to address the many criticisms its predecessor suffered...

Visual Studio Code: Free Editor For Win+Mac+Linux

04/29/2015, Microsoft has announced Visual Studio Code, a free code editor with integrated debugger and source version control which runs natively on Windows, Mac and Linux (download Code here). It is different from Visual Studio in the sense that it is much lighter...

The LG G4, Unofficially Unveiled

04/12/2015, A tweet from @EvanBlass and a link to g4.xfb.kr (now down) lead to a website that looked pretty genuine, thus hinting that LG may have pushed live a site that was not supposed to be. The LG G4 won’t be announced for another couple of weeks, but these...

NVIDIA SHIELD: Highest-Performing Android TV Box

04/09/2015, As Android TV boxes from Amazon have started to grab some market share, the upcoming Google Android TV push will only accelerate this movement. The NVIDIA SHIELD has been announced in early March, and features Tegra X1, a powerful system-on-chip (aka SoC)...

Countertop Kitchen Assistant: Updated

04/07/2015, The Orange Chef company is launching an updated version of the Countertop, an electronic kitchen system that wants to make your kitchen “smart”. The device resembles a small cutting board (9.4″ x 6.6″ x 1.0″) and works as a knowledge...

Ubergizmo’s Best of MWC 2015 Awards

03/05/2015, Mobile World Congress 2015 is over, and it was one hell of a show. It’s a bit frustrating that we’re never able to see everything, but we are leaving the show knowing that we have seen and touched most of the best gadgets that just came out. Phones,...

Qualcomm Sense ID: Next-Gen Fingerprint Reader

03/02/2015, While we typically hear about Qualcomm for its Snapdragon mobile processors, the San Diego based company has announced a next-Gen fingerprint reading technology, which is based on ultrasound, which makes it possible to perceive the fingerprints in...