Ian Romanick

Ian Romanick



Ian Romanick is the software architect for Intel’s open-source OpenGL driver. He is currently Intel’s representative to the OpenGL Architecture Review Board. For the past 12 years he has been working very diligently to make OpenGL on Linux better. He has been doing graphics programming for 22 years, having released his first Amiga demo in 1991. Ian holds a Bachelors Degree in Computer Science from Portland State University, and is currently finishing a Masters program there. In his spare time, he teaches graphics programming in the Visual and Game Programming department at the Art Institute of Portland.

Sessions for this user

* State of the Art Debugging and Tuning Graphics Applications

Developers creating high-end graphics applications on open platforms have stone age tools, but some have learned to use them well.
Graphics and Display
Ian Romanick