Last year we debuted a collection of PowerVR ray tracing demos designed to improve significantly the aesthetics of real-time and offline rendering. One particularly exciting use case
This year MWC and GDC 2015 are happening during the same week which is unfortunate for me because I really enjoy going to both events.
Android currently supports a range of CPU and GPU architectures, implemented in different combinations across various chipsets. Scaling the fidelity of mobile graphics to get
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Launched at GDC 2013, the PowerVR Graphics SDK v3.1 provides developers all the SDK components, tools and utilities they need to build, test, and debug
GDC 2013 promises to attract over 22,500 programmers, artists, producers, game designers, audio professionals, business decision-makers and others involved in the development of interactive games.
We are currently making the final preparations for GDC 2013, the annual March conference on game development, software tools, and graphics technologies. We are very
After giving you a brief introduction to graphics development on Android and our PowerVR Graphics SDK v3.0 r2, it’s now time to make our PowerVR-based
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Benchmarking the performance of applications running on PowerVR GPUs isn’t as simple as collecting time stamps as various points in your render. The reason for
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