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Automotive
Alex Voica

Behind the wheel of a self-driving car

The year is 2032. Former LAPD sergeant John Spartan wakes up after three decades in deep freeze sleep to find everything has changed, including driving. Almost all the cars in the 1993 movie Demolition Man were self-driving, but of course they were concept cars. Today, more than ten

Internet of Things (IoT)
Kevin McDermott

Power management for IoT devices

Power management is an often overlooked yet critical area for both consumer and industrial IoT devices. In a battery powered device, optimizing dynamic as well as static power is imperative; power optimization can be addressed in three ways: Power management control IP implemented for low power Power aware

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Consumer multimedia
Tony King-Smith

TSMC recognizes Imagination with prestigious Graphics Partner of the Year award

But that’s only part of the story We were delighted that at this year’s TSMC OIP event on September 17th in Santa Clara, Imagination received the prestigious 2015 Graphics Partner of the Year award. The award recognizes the work done by Imagination and TSMC in benchmarking performance and

Consumer multimedia
Sarmishta Ramesh

A look inside the collaboration between TSMC and Imagination

Hello everyone! Welcome to my first blog with Imagination. Going forward I’ll be contributing here by providing snapshots of Imagination’s participation at events around the world, as well as some of the latest developments from the company. Let me start with some really cool news. At the recently

Consumer multimedia

The PowerVR Imaging Framework for Android

In my previous article about heterogeneous architectures, I identified memory bandwidth as the main bottleneck for implementing power-efficient algorithms for computer vision. Luckily, Imagination has created an innovative solution designed to address this common issue in mobile and embedded devices – and it comes in the form of

Consumer multimedia

Increasing performance and power efficiency in heterogeneous software

Heterogeneous architectures in embedded computing are fast becoming a reality – we indeed see many leading IP and semiconductor companies today building heterogeneous computing hardware. In the article below, I’m going to describe one typical use case for heterogeneous computing and the challenges that result from moving to

Consumer multimedia

A primer on mobile systems used for heterogeneous computing

In the mobile and embedded market, the design constraints of electronic products can sometimes be seen as tight and contradictory: the market demands higher performance yet lower power consumption, reductions in cost but shorter time-to-market. These constraints have created a trend for more specialized hardware designs that fit

Consumer multimedia
Alex Voica

Create new gaming experiences on affordable Android development boards

A few months ago at the 2015 Game Developers Conference (GDC), Imagination announced that the latest version of the Cocos2d-x game engine has been optimized by Chukong Technologies for the Creator Ci20 microcomputer. Cocos2d-x is an extremely popular open source game engine that supports multiple operating systems, including

Internet of Things (IoT)
Alex Voica

FlowCloud: Enhancing the wearable experience

An important aspect for all mobile devices – and wearables especially – is keeping personal data secure. There have been several articles published on this topic, from Forbes and The Guardian to Symantec. Designing secure and scalable software for wearables is equally important to ensuring the hardware elements

Consumer multimedia
Alex Voica

SoCs for smartwatches and other mainstream wearables

According to a team of Gartner analysts, affordable Android-based smartwatches will retail at $30 by 2015 as interest builds up inside consumer mass markets in China and internationally. This puts smartwatches at the forefront of wearable adoption, since it is a category of devices that consumers are already

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