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Consumer multimedia
Alex Kelley

PowerVR Ray Tracing ticking inside the new Visualizer extension for SketchUp

This week we attended the hugely popular Maker Faire event near San Francisco where we introduced Visualizer, a virtual camera in SketchUp® based on our PowerVR Ray Tracing technology. The Visualizer extension helps SketchUp users create and visualize their 3D creations by rendering photorealistic models in real time.

Consumer multimedia
Alex Voica

Implementing hybrid ray tracing in a rasterized game engine

For the past month, many of you have been asking on social media or in the comments section of our blog for a video recording of our hybrid rendering demo. Since some of our readers have missed our GDC 2014 sessions or didn’t get a chance to drop

Consumer multimedia
Alex Voica

Launching the ray tracing PowerVR Wizard GPUs at GDC 2014: coverage roundup

Now that the dust has settled over GDC 2014, we have started collecting and analyzing the coverage from the launch of our ray tracing PowerVR Wizard GPU. The week we’ve spent in San Francisco has been one of the busiest we’ve had in recent history: alongside a full

Consumer multimedia
Alex Voica

PowerVR GR6500: ray tracing is the future… and the future is now

If you follow Imagination and what we do, you may have heard about PowerVR Ray Tracing, hybrid rendering and the potential that these technologies have to revolutionize the user experience from mobile and console gaming to virtual and augmented reality. For the better part of the last eight

Consumer multimedia
Alex Voica

PowerVR GR6500: ray tracing is the future… and the future is now

If you follow Imagination and what we do, you may have heard about PowerVR Ray Tracing, hybrid rendering and the potential that these technologies have to revolutionize the user experience from mobile and console gaming to virtual and augmented reality. For the better part of the last eight

Caustic Visualizer 1.0 Beta 2 for Autodesk 3ds Max now available

We are pleased to announce that Caustic Visualizer 1.0 Beta 2 for Autodesk 3ds Max 2012 and 3ds Max 2013 is now available on our downloads page. Caustic Visualizer for Autodesk 3ds Max offers broad compatibility with native Max and Mental Ray materials and lights, including the MIA

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Consumer multimedia
Alex Voica

Getting the light right™ in real time with Caustic Professional and PowerVR OpenRL

Most of you might know Imagination as a leading semiconductor IP company based in the UK. We are the champions of the TBDR (Tile-Based Deferred Rendering) concept, a unique way of rendering 3D graphics that today is ubiquitous with mobile and embedded GPU architectures. You might also be

Imagination's Caustic Professional Series2 ray tracing R2500 and R2100 PC boards

By making Imagination’s ray tracing technology part of your rendering solution, you can deliver what many have been clamoring for: state-of-the-art real-time, interactive ray tracing. Caustic Professional is part of Imagination Technologies, a global leader in multimedia and communications technologies. Based in San Francisco, Caustic Professional is changing

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