Mobile GPU Computing for Accelerated Apps


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AccelerEyes is building a software acceleration library for mobile devices. It contains commonly used compute functions. It delivers a 5 to 30X speed boost for convolutions and other common compute functions. It enables:

  • Realtime video processing
  • Better augmented reality
  • Better computational photography
  • Faster data processing

The AccelerEyes mobile GPU computing software delivers performance through its unique GPU computing capability. All mobile devices have a GPU which can deliver greater compute throughput than the CPU. Why not use the GPU to make your app faster?


The AccelerEyes mobile library is a C/C++ library with a simple matrix API. The same code can be deployed on all platforms without any further code rewrites. For software and documentation, register below.

Supported Platforms

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Supported GPUs

The mobile library supports the OpenGL ES 2.0 and OpenCL specs, compatible with all popular GPUs, including the following:

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Example - Tennis Volley Game

This tennis game demonstrates controller free gaming with mobile devices, made possible using GPU acceleration. The motion detection is done via Horn-Schunck optical flow.

Download the "Tennis Volley" game on the iTunes App Store or the Android Market.

iPad2 using PowerVR GPU

Motorola Xoom using Tegra2 GPU

Example - Traffic Video Processing

Simple demonstration of performance boost in a video processing application, computing the gradient of the image frames. Filmed in midtown Atlanta.

Google Nexus S: CPU at 1.3 FPS, GPU at 35 FPS

Motorola Atrix: CPU at 2.9 FPS, GPU at 29 FPS

Example - Tracking with Chan/Vese Active Contours

Simple demonstration of a real-time tracking application, using the popular Chan/Vese active contours. Filmed in midtown Atlanta.

Google Nexus S

Motorola Atrix