Imagination Technologies GPU-accelerated physical displays for smartphones
The show was held in a card Pandaboard SoC based on Texas Instruments OMAP 4430 (dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 with PowerVR SGX graphics 540), which ran an application that makes use of natural fabrics (Cloth), giving the following results :
- 1 core ARM Cortex-A9: 14 FPS
- 2-core ARM Cortex-A9: 24 FPS
- GPU PowerVR SGX 540 (OpenCL): 42 FPS
It also conducted a demonstration of image processing based on OpenCL, where the API-accelerated GPU computing offers a higher rate of frames per second, which allows a better job.
The GPU PowerVR SGX 540 was launched in 2007, and presumably the new GPU PowerVR 6 Series or future RTX PowerVR from Imagination Technologies provide superior performance on tasks optimized for OpenCL, giving smartphones and tablets capacity run intensive tasks.
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