As has become tradition Imagination will be taking part in the GDC Smartphone Summit (yes, even though they’ve changed the name again) and will be sending over DevTech engineers to soak up interesting sessions and seize the opportunity to have one-on-one discussions with developers. We are especially looking forward to seeing both those we rarely have the opportunity to meet in person and new comers that can benefit from the direct support. We will also have a stand during the main Expo, as well as the Summit, so feel free to stop by to discuss current and upcoming devices, performance recommendations, the freely available SDK suite we provide for graphics development and optimization or just to talk about any interesting projects you may be working on

If you would like to book a meeting during GDC to meet our experienced engineering staff, drop an email into devtech@imgtec.com with “GDC 2011 meeting” as the subject, and we’ll try to find a suitable slot for you. Additionally, Imagination will be holding a social event during an evening of the conference week to chat with developers in a more casual environment (and to have a few beers ). The details are currently TBC, but if you stop by our stand at the Summit and ask about it we can let you know more.

Search by Tag

Search for posts by tag.

Search by Author

Search for posts by one of our authors.

Featured posts
Popular posts

Blog Contact

If you have any enquiries regarding any of our blog posts, please contact:

United Kingdom

benny.har-even@imgtec.com
Tel: +44 (0)1923 260 511

Related blog articles

British Engineering Excellence Award

PowerVR Vision & AI design team collect another award

We’re delighted that the design team for our PowerVR Series2NX Neural Network Accelerator (NNA) has been honoured with a prestigious British Engineering Excellence Award (BEEA). The BEEAs were established in 2009 to demonstrate the high calibre of engineering design and innovation in the

Series8XT AR/VR Banner

Imagination Technologies: the ray tracing pioneers

After a period out of the spotlight, ray tracing technology has recently come back into focus, taking up a lot of column inches in the tech press. The primary reason is because graphics cards for the PC gaming market have

Amazon Fire Stick 4K pic

Amazon Lights up its Fire TV Stick 4K with PowerVR

Amazon, the internet shopping giant, announced earlier this week the latest version of its media streaming device, the Fire TV Stick 4K. First released in 2016, the Fire TV stick brings catch-up streaming services to any TV with an HDMI

Stay up-to-date with Imagination

Sign up to receive the latest news and product updates from Imagination straight to your inbox.

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.
>
Contact Us

Contact Us