Rendering an image from computer graphics using two rendering computing devices

Dieter Schmalstieg (Erfinder), Gerhard Reitmayr (Erfinder), Serafin Diaz Spindola (Erfinder)

Publikation: SchutzrechtPatentForschung

Abstract

An example system includes a first computing device comprising a first graphics processing unit (GPU) implemented in circuitry, and a second computing device comprising a second GPU implemented in circuitry. The first GPU is configured to perform a first portion of an image rendering process to generate intermediate graphics data and send the intermediate graphics data to the second computing device. The second GPU is configured to perform a second portion of the image rendering process to render an image from the intermediate graphics data. The first computing device may be a video game console, and the second computing device may be a virtual reality (VR) headset that warps the rendered image to produce a stereoscopic image pair.
Originalspracheenglisch
PublikationsstatusVeröffentlicht - 2019

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Rendering an image from computer graphics using two rendering computing devices. / Schmalstieg, Dieter (Erfinder); Reitmayr, Gerhard (Erfinder); Diaz Spindola, Serafin (Erfinder).

Publikation: SchutzrechtPatentForschung

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