(PRWEB) February 16, 2005
JBenchmark3D measures the 3D performance of mobile Java enabled devices by emulating demanding 3D environments similar to 3D games use.
Thanks to its leading optimisation technologies Kishonti Informatics shows how developers will use the new Mobile 3D Graphics (also known as JSR184) standard to bring 3D gaming to mobile devices. JBenchmark3D use full-detail 3D scenes formerly seen only in popular first person shooter games on desktop computers.
JBenchmark3D’s four subtests measure different aspects of mobile gaming:
1. Triangle throughput
2. Texturing performance
3. Low Quality Gaming Scene for low capacity software based 3D engines
4. High Quality Gaming Scene for hardware 3D accelerated, top performance mobile devices
JBenchmark3D not just measures, but – like its predecessors – lets users independently upload their results to www.jbenchmark.com. Currently this is the largest open mobile JavaÂ performance database on the Internet with more than 350 tested devices and nearly 16000 results.
JBenchmark3D Software and Hardware Requirements:
J2ME, MIDP 2.0, CLDC 1.1, M3G compatibility.
At least 500 KByte free memory (free heap memory, dependent on implementation).
Ability to download and install 100 KByte JavaÂ midlets (jar size).
JBenchmark 3D is freely downloadable from www.jbenchmark.com.
About Kishonti Informatics:
Kishonti Informatics specialises in mobile gaming, graphics perfomance measurement and development tools. It’s popular JBenchmark graphical test suites let network operators, developers and consumers measure and compare the strengths and limits of hundreds of mobile phones and PDAs. Our products are used by leading companies like Intel Corporation, T-Mobile International or Sony Ericsson.
About J2MEÂ and M3G:
J2MEÂ is a small footprint JavaÂ product designed by SunÂ® Microsystems for resource limited devices such as pagers and cell phones.
M3G stands for Mobile 3D Graphics, this is the emerging 3D Application Programming Interface for mobile 3D games.
JavaÂ and all other Java-based marks are trademarks or registered trademarks of Sun Microsystems, Inc. in the U.S. and other countries.