Motorola Mobility and Mobile Heterogeneous Computing

Watch as Baback Elmieh, Technical Program Lead, ATAP at Motorola Mobility, explains how heterogeneous computing is used to bring a new type of immersive, interactive storytelling experience. This storytelling experience is enabled by offloading the graphics work required by OpenSubdiv to the Adreno™ GPU to deliver a better user experience. The implementation of OpenSubdiv is believed to be the first to use OpenCL and OpenGL ES in interoperability mode on a mobile device.

Publish Date: Nov 12, 2013

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