Andy Daniel

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  • SIGGRAPH1995

    Andy Daniel received a BS in Computer and Systems Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in 1981 and a M.Eng. degree also from Rensselaer in 1982. He is currently Graphics Architect at Alliance Semiconductor, specializing in designing integrated circuits to bring high performance graphics to the personal computer market. Recently, he architected the ProMotion 3210, the first to combine graphics acceleration and motion video acceleration in a single DRAM-based controller. Previously, he was Engineering Manager at Western DigItal, and project leader on the WD90C31, the industry’s first DRAM-based graphics accelerator. Andy serves on the Board of Directors of VESA, the Video and Electronics Standards Association. He first organized this course at SIGGRAPH ’94 in Orlando.  


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