Pocket Fract is an Android port of my x86 Fract Benchmark.
The benchmark is a realtime raytracing renderer, that renders everything in software.
Here's how it looks like:
To test this benchmark yourself, apply the following steps:
- Download FractData.zip to your SDCard of the android phone
and extract it here. A folder, named "fract" will appear - this should be in the root folder of the
SD Card. E.g., if under Windows your SD Card storage gets mounted in F:, after the
unzipping you should have a directory F:\fract with
F:\fract\2.bmp (and other files) in it.
- Install the Pocket Fract application. There are two builds:
To install any of the builds either click on the following links using the phone's browser, or scan the
QR code to follow the link automatically:
- Soft-float build. It uses software floating-point emulation and should work on all Android devices;
- VFP-accelerated build. It works on FPU-enabled processors only, but is much faster (3-4x speed).
All newer devices should be OK.
- Run the app. It is highly recommended that you hold the phone in landscape orientation during the
benchmark. When the test stops and the result screen appears, push the back or home buttons
to continue. Press them once again if you want to skip the credits.
- A file named like fract_snapshotXX.bmp will appear in the fract folder in the SD Card.
This is your result file
Needless to say, this is all very beta, so use it at your own risk. Enjoy!