The ongoing virtual reality, augmented reality, and mixed-reality revolution demonstrates the power and potential of immersion in specialty systems and use cases. Challenges such as battery life, computer vision, and pixel density beyond 4K must be addressed for successful AR and VR experiences. All this computation must also be performed within a fixed 2-watt to 3-watt thermal budget, pushing the boundaries of what’s possible with ever-smaller devices.
Powering AR and VR Devices
Arm focuses on developing technology innovations that power the next generation of AR/VR devices. Arm CPU and GPU technology delivers a number of benefits, including improved performance and increased power efficiency. As features and capabilities become more complex, increased compute performance will be a necessary requirement; however, the various compute-intensive tasks need to be carried out in a power-efficient manner. As the features on wearable AR and VR devices continue to evolve, the highly-integrated compute solutions based on Arm IP delivered by our innovative partners will continue to increase this much-needed efficiency.
The New Reality for Mobile Gaming: The VR/AR Opportunity
Dive into this report to learn about the AR and VR technology landscapes, what the future potential is for each on mobile and how they are helping to drive the growth of mobile devices and gaming.
Simultaneous Localization and Mapping (SLAM)
SLAM has the potential to improve and fundamentally change the lives of consumers and businesses in the future. Learn more about SLAM, and which five markets can expect to see a big impact from this technology.
The Cortex-A processor series is designed for complex compute tasks on PC laptops, such as hosting a rich operating system platform, and supporting multiple software applications and embedded designs. Cortex-A CPUs power intelligent solutions, from edge to cloud, for next-generation experiences.
Mali Technologies have been developed to allow ever-increasing graphics complexity within the thermal limits of mobile devices. The technologies provide significant system-wide bandwidth savings across all formats to ensure that users can experience the latest in graphics quality on any device.
Arm and its global partner ecosystem is one of the largest, most prolific and creative communities of product innovators. We’re providing power-efficient intelligence as the foundation for transformative applications and business ideas. See how Arm makes smart possible.
The Arm-Powered HoloLens 2
Microsoft's new mixed reality headset, HoloLens 2, has moved to an Arm-based platform. This enables a number of benefits including improved AR performance and increased power efficiency.
A Total Compute Approach to Delivering Digital Immersion
Total Compute represents a new approach to IP design focusing on use-case driven optimized system solutions.
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- A Total Compute approach to delivering digital immersion under a common architecture
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