A Game Changing Display Processor for VR
The Arm Mali-D77 is the second-generation premium display processor based on the Komeda display architecture. Advances in image quality, performance, and motion-to-photon latency delivers superior VR experiences for the end-user. Mali-D77 can be combined with Arm Mali GPUs for an optimal solution for VR workloads across multiple host devices, including all-in-one VR, smartphones, and set-top boxes.
Augmented and Virtual Reality on Mobile
AR and VR are two compute intensive use cases for mobile. With the upcoming 5G mobile revolution, AR and VR capabilities on devices will become more mainstream, and immersion will continue to improve in next generation AR and VR devices.
As the features on wearable VR devices continue to evolve, Mali-D77 will free up workloads that were traditionally handled on the GPU leading to higher-quality processing for more immersive, more comfortable and untethered VR experiences.
Graphics and Multimedia
Arm Mali media IP offer high-performing, energy-efficient media processing across a large and growing number of mobile and consumer devices, including smartphones, tablets, TVs and wearables.
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