This post is part of a series surrounding the new Tegra 4 from Nvidia -a mobile processor of unmatching speed- and providing coverage on all the information regarding this new chip.
Although i did write an article on my previous experience with the Tegra 3 in which i came through with my personal experience and frustrations, i have been browsing through YouTube and have watched several videos concerning the performance of their next miracle chip, the Tegra 4.
Despite my personal experience, i am going to tackle this from an unbiased point of view. Starting from a straightforward point, the graphics on the Tegra 4 are more than amazing. Here we are talking about some fantastic graphic and sharpness, especially when it comes to shadow effects. No lag can be seen in the video below and the fps seems steady enough without any fluctuations or lag spikes. What i love the most is the shadows because they look so realistic and add details to the game that aren't present with other processors.
Dynamic Shadows and Lighting
A video has been released from Nvidia itself in which they pit the Tegra 4 against a non Tegra chip mobile processor using the game Zombie Driver as the test platform, a game with great graphics and in which physics are a great deal since the majority of game is stomping zombies with your car and watching their lifeless corpses fly away like a rag dolls in a car crash.
Here is the video with the Tegra 4 in action.