MALI DEVELOPER EVENTS...
The Korea Games Conference (KGC) 2013 is the place to discuss current developments and future plans for the gaming industry with well-known and influential professionals from all over the world in order to generate international awareness of important developments in this rapidly-changing field. The key focus for this particular KGC is “Games for Everyone” and will inspect the online focus of the games industry and the effects this will have on user demographics.
IBC (International Broadcasting Convention) stands at the forefront of technological innovation drawing more than 50,000 creative, technical and business professionals from over 160 countries into market-influencing debate. Uniting everything and everyone you need to know about the electronic media and entertainment industry at the RAI this September, IBC2013 offers rich opportunities for definitive research, stimulating education and business development and is the perfect forum to network and exchange ideas.
Unite 2013 is an event for developers, publishers, enthusiasts and others interested in Unity to come together to learn more about the market-leading platform for creating high-quality video games, training simulations, medical and architectural visualizations and other interactive 3D content—and how to get the most out of it.
Computer Entertainment Developers Conference (CEDEC) 2013 is a conference for all stakeholders in the computer entertainment industry, including video games, offering the latest technical and business knowledge. Through its comprehensive and in-depth agenda, CEDEC will help attendees improve their respective development capabilities through constant networking and exchanging of information and ideas, with the overall mission of steadily progressing the entire industry.
Casual Connect is produced by the Casual Games Association and is the premiere event for the casual games industry with over 5,500 professionals attending Casual Connect each year. Casual Connect brings together the most talented and knowledgeable experts in the casual gaming field to further the casual games industry with the best of networking and learning.
The Develop in Brighton Conference is where the European developer community comes together to learn from each other and share experiences, be inspired by world renowned experts and gurus, get up-to-date with the latest development tools and techniques, make new contacts and catch up with old ones.
Gamelab Barcelona is a market-accelerator event for games and interactive entertainment companies and projects. This event’s main objective is helping out the growth of new business initiatives in the European games sector, with special attention to those ones in an early stage of development.
Computex Taipei is the largest computing event in Asia and the second largest in the world after CeBIT in Germany. Each year, key global businesses come to this event to launch their new products. Come and discover the latest technologies, developments and trends in the computing industry.
Augmented World Expo assembles the biggest names in the industry to showcase wold-class augmented experiences. ARM® will be demonstrating the broad capabilities of our graphics processors at our AWE booth, showing how the latest GPU Compute technology of the ARM Mali™-T600 series can support the provision of even finer user experiences in the field of augmented reality.
Promoting technical exchange and cooperation in the international game development field, CGDC focuses on eight technical aspects of game production: game planning, operations, music/sound effects, testing, security, programming, graphic design and management.
The Nordic Game Conference offers a program filled with the best speakers from the global industry as well as local Nordic heroes, including Tim Schafer as the opening keynote speaker, and talks by Richard Lemarchand (Uncharted), Julie Uhrman (CEO of OUYA), Mattias Nygren (Tarsier)…
This will be the second ever GMGC. The first, held in December last year, saw over 850 speakers and guests come from all over the world to help build a cooperative mobile gaming industry ecosystem. 2013 sees the event grow in size with well over 1000 guests expected in this one-day event with their interests ranging from gaming to developing to manufacturing…
18% of the UK games industry is centered in Cambridge and consequently Games Eden is the UK’s largest game festival. Entering its fifth year, Brains Eden Gaming Festival is a dynamic, vibrant, must-attend event run by Games Eden, the computer games developer network for the East of England and Creative Front Cambridgeshire…
SIGGRAPH serves as a meeting place for people who want to turn dreams into reality. Over 20,000 attendees from all over the world come to learn, share ideas, compare the latest products and buy. You can experience astounding images and learn how they were created; interact with tomorrow’s digital systems and understand them; meet the leading international innovators in computer graphics and learn their techniques…
The Design Automation Conference is the premier event for the design of electronic circuits and systems, EDA and ESS. Over one thousand companies attend each year represented by experts from all areas of the business. It is such a popular event to speak at that a committee of electronic design experts is tasked with ….
Now in its 3rd year, the AR Summit, a one day conference and exposition, is set to return in 2013 providing a unique insight into the capabilities, innovations, successes and future direction of augmented reality. This platform is designed to bring together the industry advocates, leading technology providers and innovative companies/brands looking to discover, explore and embrace the concepts AR brings…..
The Casual Games Association is a professional international trade organization providing educational resources and community support for those involved in creating games for the mass market consumer. They believe that if our developers, publishers, and distributors all have strong relationships with each other—and with related industries—it will help them create a community which will be able to deal with the ups and downs of business…
This year come to see the latest on what Full Profile GPU Compute for mobile devices can enable – you will be able to see what GPU Compute can enable and talk to our partners and in-house team of developers who can share tips and hints on how to get the best out of OpenGL ES 2.0, OpenGL ES 3.0, Full Profile OpenCL and Renderscript on Mali GPUs.
The ARM Mali team will be at LEAP 2013 talking about the opportunities available via GPU Compute functionality and how it will enable new use cases for graphics processing whilst increasing energy efficiency.
The ARM Mali team will be at CCBN showing a range of devices that are currently benefiting from the market leading Mali GPU technology. On show will be a wide variety of ARM Mali partner solutions showcasing a range of smartTV, Set-Top-Box as well as mobile devices. There will also be representatives of the wide range of Mali ecosystem partners, reflected the diversity of partners working on optimizing solutions for Mali GPUs.
MWC continues to be one of the main events for ARM in the very full events calendar. As in past years ARM will have on show the market leading mobile solutions as well as insights in what to expect to see in next generation devices. We will have Mali GPU experts on the booth for the entire show.
Come along and see us and meet the team. You will get the chance to see a wide variety of demos and devices that will show what you can do with Mali GPUs. You will be able to see OpenCL on a mobile device in action, games running directly on a smartTV and Mali-T604 based devices.
CES kicks off 2013 with a bang and we expect this year to be as exciting as the past few years for Mali GPUs. ARM and our partners will have a wide range of devices on show containing Mali GPUs.