KDAB demos at Qt World Summit, Berlin December 5th and 6th
KDAB was the main sponsor at Qt World Summit 2018.
We exhibited on both days, starting at 5pm on Wednesday December 5th. We showed:
Qt Quick Software Renderer
At Qt World Summit KDAB will show the Qt Quick Software Renderer in action on the very competitively priced NXP i.MX6 ULL platform. Thanks to some clever coding from KDAB, it provides a fluid 60fps touch UI and H.264 video decoding in spite of having neither GPU nor video decoding acceleration on the hardware.
You can now have the full feature set of Qt at your disposal, even at as little as 64MB of RAM and/or Flash memory.
- NXP i.MX6 ULL (no GPU/VPU/IPU)
- Fluid 60fps touch UI
- 64MB RAM/Flash
- H.264 video decoding using PxP acceleration
- Full Qt feature set available
Kuesa – 3D asset creation and integration workflow
Kuesa is a solution that provides an integrated and unified workflow for designers and developers to create, optimize and integrate real time 3D content in a 3D or hybrid 2D/3D software user-interface.
- Streamlined integration of 3D content from e.g. 3DS Max and Blender
- High-performance real-time rendering
- Uses Qt and Qt 3D engine
- Available on desktop and embedded
Find out more about Kuesa…
A high-level introspection tool for Qt applications, KDAB’s GammaRay allows you to examine and manipulate application internals at runtime, either locally or on an embedded target. Augmenting conventional debuggers, GammaRay leverages QObject to visualize application behavior at a high level, especially useful where complex Qt frameworks such as model/view, state machines, QGraphicsView or QTextDocument are involved. GammaRay is integral to the Qt Automotive Suite all-in-one package, where it also offers QtCreator integration.
- High-level introspection tool for Qt applications
- Insight into Qt Quick and Qt 3D scene graphs
- Visual state machine debugger
- Inspect models, layouts, rendering and much more
Clazy Static Code Analyzer
An opensource project spawned by KDAB’s R&D efforts for better C++ tooling, Clazy Static Code Analyzer is an LLVM/Clang-based static analyzer for Qt 5 that extends your compiler with approximately 50 Qt-oriented warnings.
Clazy Static Code Analyzer highlights Qt-related bugs, performance issues or unneeded memory allocations and performs a code rewrite for common tasks like porting to the Qt 5 connect syntax.
Clazy Static Code Analyzer integrates seamlessly with most existing build systems, and is bundled with the latest versions of QtCreator if you don’t want to compile it your self.
- LLVM/Clang-based static analyzer for Qt
- Highlights Qt-related bugs, performance issues or unneeded memory allocations
- Code rewrite for common tasks like porting to the Qt 5 connect syntax
- Seamless integration with most existing build systems
KDAB Hotspot Profiler
Created by KDAB’s Milian Wolff, who will be talking about this and other KDAB open source tools at Qt World Summit, KDAB Hotspot profiler does all the heavy lifting for you, when you need to analyze profiling data on Linux Perf.
- GUI for Linux Perf to analyze profiling data
- Bottom-Up and Top-Down tree views
- Caller/Callee list
- Time line
Qi – Cellular Tissue Imaging in Qt 3D
Demonstrating the power of Qt 3D, this shows stunning 3D visualizations of microscopic tissue samples that help researchers better understand cell pathology in the fight against cancer. The 3D images are created out of 2D images from electron microscopes in cutting edge clinical diagnostics data sets. The process enables real-time conversion to 3D from 30 image channels using Qt 3D.
- 3D visualization of microscopy of tissue samples
- 2D images from cutting edge clinical diagnostics data sets
- Real-time conversion to 3D from 30 image channels using Qt 3D
nanoQuill Interactive Wall
KDAB will be presenting the nanoQuill interactive display wall at Qt World Summit, where participants can literally help in the cure for cancer by coloring in images of cells. This is a collaboration between KDAB, the Qt Company, Quantitative Imaging Systems (Qi), and Oregon Health & Science University that crowd-sources electron microscope images of cancer cells for people to artfully color, thus #color4cancer.
Once photographed, completed images can be sent to the nanoQuill website where machine learning engages in discerning cell micro structures, helping us understand how tumour cells develop resistance to escape cancer-targeting drugs.
KDAB Training and Talks
- Streamlined integration of 3D content straight from 3DS Max and Blender into Qt3D, with James Turner, and
- KDAB’s Opensource Tools for Qt with Milian Wolff.