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Oppo Unveils New Ray Tracing Tech for Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 Powered Phones

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Oppo During the Snapdragon Summit 2022 conference that took place earlier today, Qualcomm introduced its most recent and most advanced Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC. For more updates newsyorbt.com

At the same event, Oppo took the stage to make the announcement that it has developed a new Ray Tracing solution, which would be available on smartphones that are powered by the new flagship grade chipset. So, with that said, here are all the specifics.

Ray tracing for smartphones had already been disclosed by the Chinese smartphone manufacturer the year before, but it was only available on handsets powered by MediaTek Dimensity. Now, the company has shown its most recent ray tracing technology, but this time around, it is supported on the most recent Snapdragon platform.

In the past, we have also witnessed Samsung make the launch of their Exynos CPUs with support for hardware-accelerated ray tracing.

Oppo has presented a emo of their most recent open ray tracing solution, which will make it possible for developers and artists to deliver enhanced ray tracing experiences on smartphones equipped with Qualcomm’s most recent chipset.

A modified version of the company’s proprietary PhysRay SDK is used in the new ray tracing technique that the company has developed. This version makes it possible for ray tracing “to be applied to complicated, big scale game scenarios on mobile devices. In addition, Oppo demonstrated this technology at Snapdragon Summit 2022 by using a first-person shooter game called “Camp Guard.
This game featured more than 2000 physical models, 800,000 triangles, and close to 100 different textures. This was a hands-on demonstration that allowed participants to see how the new technology has enhanced shadows, reflections, and lighting.

Specification of oppo Snapdragon 8 Gen 2

Oppo has stated that the first-person game can be played on a smartphone that is equipped with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC for up to a half an hour at 720p resolution and 60 frames per second.

Oppo Unveils New Ray Tracing Tech for Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 Powered Phones

The new ray tracing technology was developed for “driver testing, shader optimization, and compiler tool development over the game scene” by the company that makes smartphones in collaboration with Qualcomm.

It is interesting to note that this statement comes just a few days after the company made public its relationship with Unity, the company that is responsible for developing the well-known Unity game engine, in order to improve the overall performance of gaming. For more updates newsyorbt.com

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