The graphics chip maker today revealed details for 'Project Logan', the code name for a new mobile graphics chip based on its latest Kepler architecture.
While the new tech draws just a third the power of processors found in iPad 4 to perform equivalent rendering, it's capable of all the latest rendering techniques.
"The big news here is NVIDIA's support for the OpenGL 4.3 feature set, which brings to mobile devices the same high-end graphics hardware capabilities exposed via DirectX 11 on PC games and on next-generation consoles," enthused Sweeney.
Here are two tech demos originally used to demonstrate high-end desktop PC processors earlier this year, now running on a mobile device equipped with Project Logan.
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At 2W only supposedly! This is amazing. I have to hold off from buying a new tablet. Mobile tech is advancing fast. Think about the future tablets emulating Gamecube/Wii games. This also beats the crap out of the Wii U GPU and its only mobile. o_o