by Justin B. on May 30, 2011 @ 5:49 pm
A recent tech demo showing Nvidia’s quad-core Tegra processor (codenamed Kal-El) was unveiled today, showcasing the graphical potential of the mobile platform. The tech demo, viewed above, demonstrates the processor’s ability to dynamically render the lighting effects and provide even more realistic environmental interaction. The person walking us through the demo finished by saying that the retail version of the processor will see an increase of around 20%, quite an accomplishment for an already impressive performance.
Kal-El is set to be in mobile devices by the end of this year, competing with Sony’s NGP, Nintendo 3DS, and the iOS lineup. Here’s to hoping we see some more impressive Android games come this fall, the platform in which Kal-El is most likely to be adopted on.
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