NVIDIA has finally unveiled the full array of details on their next-gen pure Android gaming console we all know as Project SHIELD. The gaming device was revealed at CES and took many by surprise, but today NVIDIA's released all the details we've been waiting for. If you're a die-hard Android (or PC) gamer you'll want to read on below.
OUYA game console has been pretty popular lately, and with the device shipping to thousands of buyers over the next month or so we'll only be hearing more. While reviews have been mixed, the potential for the Android-powered game console are quite high. Today the folks from iFixit are back with another teardown. Showing us the insides of the OUYA.
we reviewed an awesome and extremely relaxing and addicting game called Auralux, but it was limited to Tegra 3 devices only. The game is full of calming ambient sounds and offers an abstract, simplified real-time strategy experience. It's worth checking out so read on past the break.
Project SHIELD are game related. Today however we are seeing something different. And while the focus is still clearly on entertainment, this time the Project SHIELD controller is being used to control something not on the screen. Well, technically you can see the action on the screen, however the Project SHIELD is being used to pilot a Parrot AR.Drone.
OUYA took a moment to inform all of their loyal fans, buyers, and backers that production has continued to pick up the pace and starting next week will hit full steam. After getting a few initial shipments and developer units out lately today they've confirmed starting next week they'll be producing, packing, and shipping OUYA consoles 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
NVIDIA has returned with another Project SHIELD game demo. This latest is for The Conduit HD and it is a title that may sound familiar to some as we recently took a look at the Tegra 3 version of the game that launched for Android last week. Of course, while the game may sound familiar in name, this Project SHIELD release has been optimized for the Tegra 4 processor.
NVIDIA are showing off tons of awesome Tegra 4 supported games running on their new Project SHIELD game console. While we got a quick glance on the big screen during CES this year, today we were able to get our own hands-on and see Dead Trigger 2 in action on SHIELD. For fans of the original, and everyone for that matter, take a peek at the quick video below.
NVIDIA unveiled their new Tegra 4 quad-core mobile processor. Along with it comes tons of brand new and exciting camera features they're calling Chimera. Slated as the "World's first mobile computational photography architecture." One of the awesome new features we can expect on Tegra smartphones and tablets is their always on HDR (high dynamic range) photography and video option. Check it out below.
NVIDIA held an event today at the GPU Technology Conference, and it unveiled a bunch of new features its future Tegra SoCs will have. Many of these features are game changers and will allow mobile devices to do "everything a modern computer should do." NVIDIA's CEO revealed details about the next-gen Tegra processor codenamed Logan (most likely the Tegra 5), as well as the next-next gen Tegra processor codenamed Parker (most likely the Tegra 6).
NVIDIA have just revealed their roadmap for the future today at their annual GPU Technology Conference, and we just got a glimpse at the future of mobile computing and Tegra. We've been hearing a bit lately about Open GL being found in the Nexus 4 drivers, but NVIDIA's apparently confirmed it right here today.