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AR/VR
Benny Har-Even

Game of Gnomes: AR on PowerVR made simple

Recently, Imagination attended GDC 2018, presenting an opportunity for game developers to get the latest info on our recent hardware and learn more about our

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Consumer Electronics
Rys Sommefeldt

Introducing Furian: the architectural changes

Update: We have now announced our first Furian-based core: the PowerVR Series8XT GT8525: find out more details here. Things move fast in the world of

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Consumer Electronics
Guest Blog

Unreal Engine and the ray tracing revelation

The title of this post uses the word ‘revelation’ instead of ‘revolution’ because mobile game engines are only inching their way toward using full-on ray

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Consumer Electronics
Benny Har-Even

'Making better pixels': Imagination at GDC 2017

The Games Developer Conference (GDC) is a major event in the gaming industry’s calendar. It is famous as a celebration of entertainment culture that’s bursting

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