Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 23rd Nov 2005 16:23 UTC, submitted by Raghu Bhagwan
3D News, GL, DirectX "We are all aware of AGEIA and its desire to bring a PhysX processor for physics processing in order to make games look and feel more realistic. We all want the characters to move and act realistically, and that's exactly what AGEIA's PhysX will accomplish once it debuts. However, in order for the technology to work, it requires an expansion card for the motherboard. ASUS will debut the card in February 2006 when more games become available to take advantage of AGEIA's innovation."
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RE: Killer app
by chrish on Thu 24th Nov 2005 14:38 UTC in reply to "Killer app"
chrish
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So the zillions of quality and modern games that run on *BSD and Linux can show improved physics?

Seriously, this is a physics accelerator for games.

- chrish

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