Love them or hate them, listicles are here to stay. Earlier last month TIME assembled a team of journalists to compile the ultimate tech catalogue counting down 50 of the most influential gadgets of all time. That got me walking down memory lane so I put together a
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It was clear last week at the annual Embedded Vision Summit in Santa Clara that the time of computer vision and deep learning on mobile had finally arrived. Interest in the area is growing noticeably – the Summit program expanded from one to two days this year, there
Physically based rendering (PBR) is becoming more prevalent on mobile class GPUs. In this blog post I will give a quick overview of what PBR is, what the advantages and disadvantages of using it are, and some tips on how to use PBR and deferred rendering when running
Welcome to the last blog post in the series! You might notice that it’s a bit late – this has been sitting mostly complete on my account for months, but with the Vulkan release taking up a lot of my time, I’m afraid it got neglected! Well, finally we’ll be looking at why Vulkan is
Teemu Virolainen is a senior software engineer at Basemark, a company that develops industry-leading system performance and power consumption analysis tools that are used by leading semiconductor and OEM companies around the world such as AMD, Imagination Technologies, Intel, NVIDIA, Renesas and Qualcomm. Its world-renowned product portfolio includes
We’re halfway through our series of blog posts on Vulkan – hopefully you’ve checked out the other blog posts, or tuned into the webinars, and are following so far! This post I’ll be discussing the importance of scaling to multiple threads, and how Vulkan helps achieve that. CPU bottlenecks – redux Modern CPUs have
Welcome to the second article in our series of blogs on the Vulkan API! This time I’ll be describing why Vulkan is so important for mobile and embedded systems, with a particular focus on efficiency. One of Vulkan’s top aims was to enable a much more efficient API. OpenGL ES required a lot
This is the first in a series of blog posts that aims to discuss what was revealed at SIGGRAPH about Vulkan in a bit more depth. I won’t be revealing any new information – I’ll leave that to Khronos official announcements! What I will be doing however, is
Several months after participating in the successful launch of Vulkan™, we are very excited to announce an upcoming series of talks designed to discuss the API in more detail. Imagination is a promoter member of the Khronos™ Group and a keen supporter of open standards for mobile graphics.
I’m fond of telling the story about why I joined Imagination. It goes along the lines of: despite offers to go work on graphics in much sunnier climes, I took the job working on PowerVR Graphics here in distinctly un-sunny Britain because I was really interested in how
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