Moving Mobile Graphics is a recurring half-day course at SIGGRAPH providing a technical introduction to the state of the art in mobile graphics from practitioners at the forefront. It ran at SIGGRAPH 2015, 2016, 2018 and 2020. We will look at running again in 2022. This page acts as the collected course notes and links to all Moving Mobile Graphics-related materials. Scroll down to find the talks you want.
If you any feedback or suggestions for future course content please get in touch! Email Sam Martin or ping him on twitter (@palgorithm)
Moving Mobile Graphics - SIGGRAPH 2020
Due to the ongoing pandemic this time we are going to be online! If you've ever struggled getting to SIGGRAPH this is certainly the year to give it a whirl. Our course will be one of the first to be broadcast along with live Q&A from 9am PST Monday 24th August. Check out the full SIGGRAPH program here: https://s2020.siggraph.org/full-program/
Update: the full course is now available to watch via YouTube. Slides and links to talk start times are below.
During the broadcast there will be text chat Q&A followed by a live Q&A session with all the speakers at 12 noon PST.
This year we welcome Jesse Barker (Unity) as our moderator.
Moving Mobile Graphics - SIGGRAPH 2018
This time we were in Vancouver and talks followed a broad theme of XR and rendering efficiency.
Moving Mobile Graphics - SIGGRAPH 2016
Moving Mobile Graphics is a half-day course providing a technical introduction to the state of the art in mobile graphics from practitioners at the forefront. This year we look at mobile VR, best practices in real-time rendering, GPU compute for image processing, and recent advances in graphics APIs and rendering techniques.
Further details can be found on the event page. Here's this year's line up:
Moving Mobile Graphics - SIGGRAPH 2015
The course progresses from introductory material on mobile GPU design, software best practices and emerging technologies, to topic talks from development studios pushing the boundaries of mobile graphics.
The slides and course notes for each talk are linked from the table below. I recommend the notes versions, but note that Andrew Garrard talk has animations that are best seen in the slide ppt format.
In addition, there are extended course notes on mobile software development, an extension of Andrew's talk. Further details can be found on the original event page.
If you have any feedback or suggestions for future runs the course, these would be greatly appreciated. Please email Sam or contact him via twitter (@palgorithm)