Tag: PowerVR Insider


To further promote our PowerVR Graphics SDK v4.0 launch, we’ve assembled a collection of videos to help new and existing PowerVR developers familiarize themselves with our tools and utilities. PowerVR SDK The video provides an overview of the PowerVR SDK. The SDK includes a cross-platform OS and API abstraction layer, a library of helper tools for maths and resource loading,

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Imagination designed its PowerVR Tile-Based Deferred Rendering (TBDR) graphics architecture more than 20 years ago with a focus on efficiency across performance, power consumption and system level integration. This approach has equally been applied to our integration of compute functionality in our GPU architecture; PowerVR Rogue is the most recent version of our GPU architecture and it fully supports mobile

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Traditionally, our PowerVR Graphics SDK has been made available through our PowerVR Insider website. For the v3.4 release of our SDK, we wanted to make it as easy as possible to access, modify and integrate it into graphics applications. In addition to the existing downloadable SDK installer, we have started using GitHub as an alternative distribution channel, bringing our SDK

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Knowing where to look for help is half of the battle when it comes to optimizing your application. This blog post is intended to ease your 3D graphics development process by not only directing you to relevant learning resources, but also explaining what analysis tools are available and detailing the various ways to contact our developer support team. Know your

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For those of you who are not familiar with Imagination, we are the leading provider of GPUs in mobile, having shipped in over a billion devices, from smartphones, tablets and wearables to smart TVs, set-top boxes and other embedded platforms. Our PowerVR SGX and Rogue families have been used by semiconductor vendors like Allwinner, Intel, LG, MediaTek, Renesas, Rockchip, Samsung,

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The second release of the PowerVR Graphics SDK v3.3 is now available. We’ve built on our previous release to provide further support for OpenGL ES 3.1. For example, we’ve added an OpenGL ES 3.1 PC Emulation SDK for Windows and Linux, demonstrating new API features such as compute shaders. We have also added GLSL ES 3.10 syntax highlighting to PVRShaderEditor

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