Tag: PowerVR graphics


As we celebrate 25 years of PowerVR, it’s only right that we also look to those in the industry for their thoughts – from those that worked on the technology at the very beginning to those that are incorporating the latest technology into their products. Simon Fenney, Research Fellow at PowerVR, is proud of PowerVR’s achievements since he joined Imagination … Continued

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As mentioned on the blog a couple of times this month, Imagination’s PowerVR graphics is celebrating its twenty-five-year anniversary this summer! That’s a very long time in tech, and the shelves around the PowerVR Developer Technology team here in Kings Langley reflect that. Unlike most tech cupboards, they contain a lot more than just some nests of cables and semi-functional … Continued

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Imagination’s PowerVR architecture is 25 years old this summer and to celebrate we are publishing a series of posts of our memories of the history of this groundbreaking 3D technology. Simon Fenney was one of the lead architects in what was known in 1992 as the ‘Trident Project’ and he remains at the company to this day. In this post, … Continued

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As part of our celebration of 25 years of PowerVR, Riyad Emeran, a stalwart of the British tech journalism scene in the late 90s and the founder and original Editor-in-Chief of consumer tech review website TrustedReviews.com, takes a misty-eyed look back at the many memorable gaming moments it made possible. Back in 1996, I decided to switch careers – I’d spent … Continued

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Imagination Technologies is a company with a vision to help our customers create innovative products that will change the world. We are always thinking ahead to see how we can best deliver that future – a future that’s bright, bold and empowering. At the core of this vision are our employees who are key in bringing this future to fruition … Continued

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This blog post introduces GRLAA (GRadient Line Anti-Aliasing), a relatively simple and efficient method designed to cope with aliased lines, which can often crop up in automotive navigation applications. In the discipline of signal processing, there is a specific sampling frequency called the Nyquist frequency. When sampling a signal at a frequency lower than the Nyquist frequency, the signal reconstructed … Continued

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Imagination is known for its chip IP for mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets and has has a strong reputation as a market leader with regards to performance, power and area. Complementing this, Imagination also has IP related to ray tracing, a technique considered to be the ‘holy grail’ for computer graphics enabling the development of ultra-realistic lighting in … Continued

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