Coming away from CES this year one thought filled my head: the robots are coming! Having walked around the floor of this enormous show I saw enough to convince me that the 1950s vision of the robot in your house ready to do the chores isn’t quite as far-fetched as it once was. That’s not to say we’ll have C3PO or Kryten available to order next year of course; things will start a little smaller and rounder.
If you’re looking for a single example of jaw-dropping tech at CES then it was hard to see past “The Wall” at the Samsung booth. I mean that quite literally. It’s so big, it’s very difficult to see past it. It’s not called “The Wall” for nothing. The Wall is Samsung’s Micro-LED display that’s 292in tall – or 3.6m high – as big as a small cinema.
It’s not long now until the very first PowerVR Community Meetup. This Meetup will be a fantastic opportunity to learn more about the latest developments in
On the first day of CES 2020 we take a look at the automotive hall to see some of the next technology that’s appearing.
With so many companies and products vying for attention, the show floor at CES can be an overwhelming place. If you’re in Las Vegas and want to get away from that for a short while then you can make your way the short distance to the Venetian hotel (Floor 27, Suite 140) where you can come and talk to us about our plans for the year in GPU, AI and connectivity.
As you probably have already seen, the internet is already awash with what to expect from CES 2020 articles. In fact, the show has already started for journalists. The rest of us will be let loose on the show floor tomorrow. But will we see anything radical at this year’s show?
As we get into 2020, we know that once again it’s time for the team at Imagination to gaze into its crystal ball to see if we can discern what the year will bring. This time we’ve divided our predictions into market segments. Read on for our insights.
Mobile ray tracing is coming. But beware of false claims. Developers and consumers deserve genuine hardware-based hybrid ray tracing in their device’s SoC.
The PowerVR SDK and Tools have been updated with brand new features and improvements. In this post, we’ll take a look at some of the most important and exciting new updates of this release.
Today, we are proud to introduce IMG A-Series. It’s not only a range of new cores, but it introduces a new GPU architecture too. The headline figure? A-Series is 2.5x faster (or 150%) for the same area and same power compared to our currently shipping PowerVR GPUs.
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