Following on from its initial ‘simplified’ explanation of the technology involved, hardware firm AMD is continuing its series of videos in line with their activities Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3). Now beginning to delve further into the technology and the three key facets of what makes up its research and development project LiquidVR.
In this second video takes on the topic of Affinity multiGPU, and how AMD technology allows developers of virtual reality (VR) applications to split processing tasks workload between multiple graphics processor units (GPU’s). A factor that will prove benefificial for both reducing latency and deal with the needs of having to display two images – left and right field of vision- simultaneously.
You can view AMD LiquidVR™: Affinity multiGPU below:
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