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VGMark 1.1 the OpenVG Benchmark, is a vector graphics performance gauge for mobile devices. VGMark 1.1 measures both hardware accelerated and software implemented OpenVG 1.0 API performance with real world vector graphics workloads. VGMark 1.1 includes application tests such as user interface and map based navigation. Feature tests such as segment count, fill rate and path count, and image quality tests for rendering, anti-aliasing and image quality are also included.
VGMark 1.1 is designed to provide unbiased vector graphics performance information for handset manufacturers, ODMs, semiconductor companies and network operators. The benchmark is used to assist in product development, design evaluation and for mobile device media reviews of next generation OpenVG API enabled products. Typical vector graphics consumer applications that will require optimal performance include text rendering, user interface, Flash animation and map based navigation.
- OpenVG 1.0 API hardware and software benchmark application for mobile devices
- Produces vector graphics workloads that replicate real world consumer applications
- Select binary versions and source code licensing available
- Application tests include user interface and map based navigation tests
- Feature tests include segment count, fill rate and path count, and image quality tests for rendering, anti-aliasing and image quality
- VGMark 1.1 is the only product designed specifically to benchmark next generation OpenVG 1.0 API enabled mobile devices.
- Select and compare between different OpenVG implementations to secure optimal and end user experience
- Application and feature test performance results are objective and reliable
- Source code licensing enables developers to port the benchmark to their platform, to satisfy their development requirements
- Binaries will enable developers to test hardware on common platforms
- Mobile hardware media reviewers will be able to test next generation hardware as next generation devices are made available