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Launching the ray tracing PowerVR Wizard GPUs at GDC 2014

             

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 day of PowerVR sessions (including two presentations […]

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(Ray) Trace your steps at GDC 2014 with Imagination

       

GDC 2014 marks perhaps one of the most important chapters in the history of mobile graphics. This year we will be organizing a series of sessions which will focus on ray tracing, a technology that is well known in the professional animation market, but because of cost and power constraints, heretofore unthinkable in mobile devices. […]

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PowerVR Graphics SDK v3.1

The PowerVR Graphics SDK v3.1 sets a new milestone for mobile graphics development

                  

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 apps for Android, iOS, BlackBerry 10, Windows or Linux. The PowerVR Graphics SDK v3.1 is part of our usual cycle of bi-yearly updates when we include support for new graphics […]

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GDC 2012 Caustic Visualizer ray tracing

Meet the experts in mobile graphics at GDC 2013

                 

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. In the coming years, the landscape of graphics is set to under-go further advances. The 27th edition of GDC will again be very mobile-oriented; its organizers have conducted a survey […]

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GDC 2013 in a nutshell: PowerVR sessions, a panel on mobile graphics and massive prizes

                  

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 excited about the things we have put together this year, including four PowerVR sessions, one amazing panel on the future of mobile graphics, tons of giveaways and the upcoming release […]

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PowerVR SGX544, a modern GPU for today’s leading platforms

                  

PowerVR SGX544 is the second member of Imagination’s PowerVR Series5XT family. It can be implemented as a high-performance 4-pipeline single core or in various multiprocessor (MP) configurations of between 2 and 16 cores (8 to 64 pipelines). The list below shows just some of our partners that have shipped or will soon ship PowerVR SGX544-based […]

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Micro-benchmark your render on PowerVR Series5, Series5XT and Series6 GPUs

                 

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 this is that the graphics driver submits work to the GPU independently from the API calls that an application has made, i.e. very few graphics API calls are blocking operations. […]

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Imagination's List-o-mania: best mobile graphics of 2012

Imagination’s List-o-mania: Best mobile games of 2012

           

As Imagination’s PowerVR Series5XT GPUs can now offer console quality graphics for mobile devices, 2012 has seen a proliferation of high-quality mobile games with impressive graphics and effects. Our PowerVR Insider programme provides all the support required for game developers, including a regularly updated PowerVR Graphics SDK and a newly relaunched forum where our DevTech […]

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PowerVR G6630: go fast or go home

                 

Here at Imagination we have a simple goal: to set a new benchmark in efficiency with each GPU core of the PowerVR graphics IP family we release. Efficiency essentially means that each core is optimized to deliver the highest performance possible with the lowest power consumption. The 2012 Embedded Technology Conference and Exhibition (ET) was […]

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