video capture of hardware accelerated OpenVG running on a
Bitboys G12 processor shows the uses of OpenVG in mobile devices for high-quality graphics, interactive user interface, foreign language support, and more. This is an actual video grab of the output from a PDA device using a regular OpenVG 1.0 and the Bitboys accelerator.
Aplix is a leading provider of Java platforms for mobile devices in the Japanese market and a major provider in other markets (the JBlend platform is in more than 92 million mobile phones and consumer electronics devices). They will integrate Hybrid’s OpenGL ES, M3G (JSR 184) and OpenVG implementations for J2ME to Aplix’s JBlend platform.
Previzion is virtual set technology for broadcast field applications that combines live video input, keying, 3D background rendering, real time color correction, compositing, and live video output. It uses an OpenML internal media pipeline and is being demonstrated at NAB in booth SL5529 in the LVCC South Hall.
OpenML API is being released as open source on Sourceforge. The OpenML specification provides software and hardware developers with a professional-grade, cross-platform, standardized media framework for the capturing, processing, synchronizing and playing of digital media content - including video, audio and 3D graphics - for authoring and content creation systems.
An implementation of OpenGL ES from Khronos member ALT Software will be included in the INTEGRITY RTOS package. The principal markets are aerospace and automotive (telematics) where small footprint, high performance embedded OpenGL solutions are critical for reliability and safety.
In Futuremark’s SPMark04 3D game test for handheld devices, Mali 100 from Falanx Microsystems, was certified to yield a performance of 39.9 frames per second at resolution 176 by 220 pixels. In comparison, current smart phones, with no hardware 3D acceleration, yield between 8 and 16 frames per second at resolution 176 by 144 pixels.
The Developer University events in Tokyo and Seoul were exceptionally well attended and another 200 developers were trained in OpenGL ES coding and optimization. OpenVG and OpenMAX introductions were also presented. The powerpoint presentations from this event are online (English, Japanese and Korean).