Hype for virtual reality has certainly died down over the past couple of years, owing to a combination of expensive hardware, so-so performance and motion sickness, and a lack of user content. The industry is currently stuck in a bit of a chicken vs. egg scenario, where a lack of consumers deters investment in high-end content. More powerful and cost-effective VR hardware for the masses will be needed to break the deadlock.
Arm is looking to overcome some of these technological hurdles with its first ever display processor (DPU) designed specifically for VR: the Mali-D77. In a nutshell, the Mali-D77 offloads common VR processing tasks from the GPU, freeing up resources for higher frame rates while also helping to reduce motion sickness.
Inside the Arm Mali-D77
Much of the Mali-D77 is based on 2017’s <a target="_blank" …read more
Source:: android authority