After a short hiatus, we are proud to announce that the Imagination University Programme is back. Following our transition to new ownership, the refreshed Imagination University Programme (IUP) course looks to harness the core strength of the company, namely low-power GPUs for efficient embedded graphics processing (ranging from the entry-level for TV GUIs up to high-performance gaming) and neural network accelerators for edge-based artificial intelligence.
This article is part of our ongoing series about the PowerVR Performance Recommendations. Today we’ll be focusing on what particle systems are and how they can affect performance, so if you’re interested, why not take a look?
Functional Safety, or FuSa, is a term that we’re increasingly discussing with our customers and prospects, particularly in association with automotive and autonomous vehicles. Imagination is now on a journey that will ensure that it can offer its customers FuSa certifiable or FuSa certified IP in the automotive space.
This article is part of our ongoing series about the PowerVR Performance Recommendations. Today we’ll be focusing on how flow control and branching affects the performance of shaders, so if you’re interested, why not take a look?
A few weeks ago we introduced Physically-Based Rendering with Image-Based Lighting for PowerVR – which has been published on docs.imgtec.com. This document is a guide to
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Want to know more about physically-based rendering and image-based lighting for PowerVR? Check out our handy guide in our new blog post.
This post is another summary from our PowerVR Performance Recommendations focused on eliminating performance bottlenecks by balancing different GPU workloads.
What has the Developer Tech team been up to this year? We take a look at some of the events they’ve been attending and speaking at this year.
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