Definitions for "Alternate Frame Rendering"
Alternate Frame Rendering (AFR) is a parallel graphics rendering architecture, which combines the renderings of two or more graphics cards into a single monitor, in order to improve or accelerate the video rendering performance. This technique is useful for rendering 3D video sequences in real time, generating and/or filtering textured polygons and performing other computationally intensive rendering tasks, typically associated with computer gaming, CAD and 3 D modeling.