Once, when you were looking to develop a mobile application with complex graphics, in most cases you immediately thought of OpenGL ES. In this blog post we’ll be discussing the benefits of Vulkan and why you really ought to consider using this next-generation of graphics API. Released in 2016, Vulkan®
The PowerVR Developer Technology team is delighted to announce the latest version of our PowerVR Tools and SDK – 2018 Release 1. Following on from our major SDK Framework overhaul in our release late last year, this is yet another significant iteration. For starters, we have made further
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Welcome to the latest in our series of Visionary interviews with our key thinkers at the company. In this instalment, we spend some time with Carlos Sarria, Senior Developer Technology Manager, for PowerVR Developer Technology. Carlos has been with the company since the late ‘90s and was part
If you’re developing for Unity on mobile, this is a blog post you can’t afford to miss! Recently we gave you some PowerVR performance tips for Unreal Engine 4. However, if Unity is more your thing, we’re now going to share with you the Unity performance-boosting tips from our
Some of our PowerVR Developer Technology team are living it up in San Francisco this week at the Game Developer Conference 2018 on our Imagination Technologies booth #102. If you’re lucky enough to be at GDC, the fact you’re taking the time to read this blog post suggests
If you are a graphics developer, you have most likely come across RenderDoc at some point during one of your projects. It is a graphics debugger that many developers find saves them a lot of time. It’s now supported on PowerVR and also supports our PVRTC compression format.
Recently, we released our first AI-orientated SDK – the PowerVR CLDNN. In this post we’d like to explain what it is, what it’s for, and how to use it, so read on for more. The CLDNN API The PowerVR CLDNN API enables fast, efficient development and deployment of
Introduction This blog post is a must-read for every Unreal Engine 4 developer that wants to learn about how to optimise for PowerVR platforms specifically, as well as mobile in general. We’ve collected the most relevant tips from our very useful PowerVR Performance Recommendations document to share with
With the release of the updated PowerVR SDK & Tools 2017 R2 last month, it’s time to take a look at some of the new content packaged that is included alongside it. In this post we’ll take a closer look at the PowerVR Low-Level GLSL Optimisation document – our
As you may have seen, our latest PowerVR Tools and SDK release (2017 R2) is now available, and it includes some quite significant changes. One of the areas we’ve been working on is our documentation, with several improvements to which we would love to draw your attention. PowerVR
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