Mobile Graphics Research Group

In this group, we meet to discuss issues, tools and research papers related with running networked graphics applications on resource-constrained mobile devices, over wireless networks.

Wireless networked graphics applications are becoming more pervasive on mobile devices. Computer graphics applications are computationally intensive and resource hungry, while mobile devices have limited resources, low bandwidths and high error rates. MGRG is investigating architectures, techniques and tools for efficient content distribution and rendering on mobile devices. These include architectures that enable high-end servers to assist heterogeneous mobile hosts in rendering large geometric models. Our research efforts have produced the Mobile Adaptive Distributed Graphics Framework (MADGRAF), and its sub-components such as PowerSpy, a Windows tool for fine-grain profiling of energy usage.



Research Highlights
* MADGRAF
* Powerspy PPT
* Siggraph 2006


Links
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For more information, please send email to: Emmanuel Agu ( emmanuel {at} cs.wpi.edu)