Intel's "Thread Like Wildfire" contest


Intel wrote:
Calling all Game Developers! GOOD NEWS, now you can get more rewards with this contest. Till December 31st, the three (3) best entries each month will now receive a USD $300 GameStop gift card.

Want dramatic visual effects, smarter A.I., enhanced physics, and faster frame rates in game development projects? We've released the source code for the Smoke Tech Game Demo -- a framework to support n-way threading of game technologies. By correctly threading a game it can have more accurate physics, smarter AI, more particles, and/or a faster frame-rate.

Download the code, learn, and get rewarded for it. You can
-- show us how you used it
-- what you learned
-- how you can further improve it.

You can do this by submitting a video, screenshot, code sample, article / white paper, or a working demo about your experience or your ideas to improve the code.

Each month our panel of engineers and community managers will select the recipients of the gift cards from GAMESTOP* -- redeemable online worldwide for games, systems and accessories. Selected winners will also become an Intel

It seems to be Ogre3D code?