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Yes! I did a talk at SIGGRAPH!


So yeah, a bunch of us were at SIGGRAPH 2011 in lovely Vancouver, doing talks, meeting people and going to super interesting sessions. Me & ReJ did a long technical session about optimizing graphics for mobile platforms. GPU architectures, shader optimization details, case studies from actual Unity games and so on.

Here it is: Fast Mobile Shaders (17MB pdf).


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Great! Thanks a lot for sharing this awesome material.

One Question: Does Unity technology has any plan for releasing LUT Baking Tools(BRDFLight Receiver) public in the future releases or on Is that a property made by madfinger games, or is it made by Unity people?

Wow wow wow! as a major evangelist for mobile I am deeply impressed with your talk. Please, more! more mobile shaders so we may make unity shine :)

Absolutely outstanding! I was hoping these would see the light of day outside Siggraph. Thanks so much for sharing.

@ Aras : Thanks in advance , but , only talks will be availabe ?? not workshops ?? is there a way to get them ?

i mean will be the portfolio section available too ? or not .

thanks so much and sorry for many questions :D

Wow! Great stuff Aras !

Will be the Work shops and other parts available for download or purchase too ?

Hi Aras,

Great slides. In the slides you make a recommendation to use ETC 1. All my textures for android use the default “Automatic Compressed” and I can see on the texture itself (RGBA Compressed DXT5). Now when I changed the texture type to advanced and select (RGB Compressed ETC 4bit) and apply I see that it is still shown as RGBA Compressed DXT5. Am I doing something wrong? Is this what is meant by ETC 1 in the slides?

Awesome Aras, tanks for the Share.
Though, whenever you had the time you guys should provably write a shaderlab book (including why not some vector and matrix maths chapters). ^^

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