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Test OpenGL ES 2.0 Performance on your Winmo device
XDA forum member heliosdev has developed an application to test OpenGL ES 2.0 performance on your Windows Mobile device. TestOpenGLES2 is a benchmark application and is confirmed to work with the HTC HD2, HD Mini, Acer S200 and Toshiba TG01.
Originally posted by heliosdev
- Transitions: Tests multi-texture by changing from one image to another, Effects – slide, fade, blinds, wave and ripple
- Edge Detection: Tests fragment shader performance by doing five texture fetches per pixel
- Text: Simple text rendering
- Twist: Tests vertex shader performance by rotating vertices (small vertex count right now)
To download and provide feedback, check out the application thread.
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