The Linley Fall Processor Conference powered by TechInsights will be held in Santa Clara, California on November 1-2, 2022. It is a hybrid event and if you cannot attend in person, you can tune in to the virtual live stream or watch the presentations on demand.
Presentations will address processors and IP cores for AI applications, embedded, data-center, automotive, and server designs. In-person attendees will be able to hear presentations and interact with the speakers during Q&A, lunch, and the networking reception. Imagination will be attending as a gold sponsor this year and we are excited to present the main aspects that need to be considered to create scalable ray tracing and how.
Speaker: Kristof Beets, Vice President of Technology Insight, Imagination
Date/Time: Day Two: Wednesday, November 2, 2022; Session 8: CPU IP and GPU IP
Title: Designing power-efficient, scalable ray tracing GPUs
Ray tracing has made a journey from non-real-time, compute-intensive systems, to real-time hybrid ones. Now, ray tracing is migrating from wall-plug-powered use cases (e.g., PC and console games) to battery-powered use cases that need to provide a compelling user experience within a constrained power envelope (e.g., mobile, AR, and automotive cases). Imagination will reveal the main aspects that need to be considered to create scalable ray tracing and how by using a hybrid rendering approach you can enhance the gaming experience with ray tracing while remaining in a mobile power budget.