Oppo reveals world’s first Ray Tracing 3D Wallpaper for mobile which will improve realistic gameplay graphics

During the Game Developers Conference 2022, global technology company OPPO launched the industry’s first ray-tracing application for smartphones, the ColorOS Ray Tracing 3D Wallpaper (GDC).

Visitors to the event were treated to a variety of real-time ray tracing wallpapers on OPPO’s newest flagship handset, the Find X5 Pro, which was released in China (Dimensity version). The 3D wallpaper application will be available as an APK later this year.

Oppo reveals new Ray Tracing 3D Wallpaper feature which will boost gameplay graphics on phones

Regarding the launch, Jane Tian, the Head of the Graphics Product Management at the OPPO US Research Center said:

As a technology pioneer, OPPO has always actively explored new opportunities to enrich the mobile experience for our users,” said Jane Tian, Head of the Graphics Product Management at the OPPO US Research Center. “The ability to take advantage of ray tracing technology across smartphone devices will bring about more realistic gameplay graphics, for more immersive and competitive gaming. Our 3D wallpaper will also serve as a starting point to using the technology to explore future applications in smart devices

Ray tracing is a graphics rendering approach that replicates the actual behavior of light and has previously been used on computers.

The 3D wallpapers use ray tracing technology to depict light in real-time at reasonable frame rates, making shadows, reflections, and refractions of shown objects more vibrant and life-like. It also allows users to interact with their backgrounds using a variety of hand movements including spinning, tapping, and waving.

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OPPO began developing its ray tracing technology in early 2018, using a hybrid rendering approach to progressively add ray tracing to existing mobile devices. OPPO used a hybrid architecture and specialized hardware cores on the Find X5 Pro (Dimensity version) to increase ray tracing performance for the ColorOS Ray Tracing 3D Wallpaper, fully harnessing the power of the MediaTek Dimensity 9000 chipset and the Arm Mali GPU.

The 3D wallpaper shown at GDC 2022 exemplifies the company’s unwavering commitment to bringing innovative technology and creative experiences to mobile devices.

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