paintball masterpieceSeptember 7, 2008
Dr. Phil Plait, the Bad Astronomer, posted a video from NVIDIA’s NVISION show where the Mythbusters made a computer that could paint a rough duplicate of the Mona Lisa in .8 seconds with a large series of paint ball guns. This is nothing short of spectacular.
Supposedly, this is all part of a demonstration on how GPUs are better than CPUs because they can do more faster. Something about a parallel processor, which I guess means that its running more operations on different “stations” or in different systems at once towards a single project. I’m assuming by the demonstration, where a CPU flies, a GPU teleports.
Anyway, here is the video: