NVIDIA and Epic Games are working together to bring next-gen graphics to mobile devices.

During SIGGRAPH 2013, Epic has demonstrated its next-gen engine – Unreal Engine 4 – on NVIDIA’s next-generation mobile GPU, codenamed “Project Logan”. This new processor shares the same architecture as NVIDIA’s leading video card – the GeForce Titan.

“The big news here is NVIDIA’s support for the OpenGL 4.3 feature set, which brings to mobile devices the same high-end graphics hardware capabilities exposed via DirectX 11 on PC games and on next-generation consoles,” said Epic Games co-founder and CEO Tim Sweeney.

“And this isn’t your father’s GPU: NVIDIA’s mobile graphics technology is built on the same Kepler graphics architecture found in its latest generation of PC GPUs,” he added.

This is the same Kepler behind Epic’s famous SamaritanElemental and Infiltrator tech demos.

Below you’ll find two videos showing the prowess of the new mobile Kepler, running in real-time on a chip ” no bigger than a fingernail.” And it only need 2-3 watts to work. Are you impressed yet?

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