“Moving Mobile Graphics” by Garrard, VanReenen, Arntzen, Prisacariu, Lira, et al. …

  • ©Andrew Garrard, Rob VanReenen, Hans-Kristian Arntzen, Victor A. Prisacariu, Felipe Lira, and Jiwen Cai

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Entry Number: 16

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    Moving Mobile Graphics

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    A device you can wear or keep in your pocket has less power and thermal budget than a typical desktop device by several orders of magnitude, but with similar user experience expectations. Wearable VR and AR headsets accentuate these challenges while also increasing the demand for computation. To meet these graphical demands while keeping within a mobile form factor requires scrutiny of all aspects of modern graphics, from hardware design and associated graphics APIs, to OS and system considerations, to the algorithms and techniques employed.

    This half-day course provides a technical introduction to mobile graphics spanning the hardware-software spectrum and explores the state of the art with practitioners at the forefront of their field. We look at the impact of XR on hardware, software and OS, quantified best practices in real-time rendering and computer vision research on mobile devices.

    Prerequisites
    Knowledge of basic real time rendering is assumed.

    Level
    Intermediate

    Intended Audience
    Anyone with a technical interest in the state of the art in graphics on mobile devices, or an interest in VR/AR on mobile.

    Description
    This half-day course provides a technical introduction to mobile graphics and mobile XR, spanning the hardware-software spectrum and exploring the state of the art with leading practitioners. We look at the impact of XR, quantified best practices in real-time rendering, and computer vision research on mobile devices.

     


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