Rajawali Virtual Reality Demo – Virtual Reality on your smartphone with Rajawali and Durovis Dive or Cardboard!

Rajawali Virtual Reality Demo

Virtual Reality on your smartphone with Rajawali and Durovis Dive or Cardboard!

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This is not a game. This is a demo showcasing the Virtual Reality capabilities of the free open source 3D framework Rajawali. You need a virtual reality headset (Durovis Dive, Google Cardboard) in order to get the full experience. Rajawali is used for the 3D rendering and the Google Cardboard Toolkit is used for low-latency head tracking. Enjoy! github.com/MasDennis

See more information and download apk file: googleplaystoreapks.com/category/libraries-demo

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Bits FPS Cap – This App shows your devices max. number of frames per second using OpenGL ES.

Bits FPS Cap

This App shows your devices max. number of frames per second using OpenGL ES.

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This App is intended to show you the max. number of frames per second that your device is able to process using OpenGL ES.
Not more, not less…

Some Android devices come with some sort of frames-per-second (FPS) cap.
That means that the FPS count is limited to a certain number. Mostly this has something to do with the display that is build into the device.
Most of them are able to refresh at a rate of 60 FPS but some of them are only able to do less FPS rates.

See more information and download apk file for android: googleplaystoreapks.com/category/libraries-demo