ATI Lets Developers Create DirectX 10 Effects

ATI Technologies, one of the world's largest suppliers of graphics processors, has unveiled its first DirectX 10 software development kit that provides programmers examples of DirectX 10 code and samples to allow them to start creating the content using next-gen application programming interface (API). However, the company has not supplied its partners among developers with DirectX 10-compliant hardware.

"In 2002, ATI introduced the first DirectX 9 parts with the Radeon 9700. With DirectX 10 on the horizon and the development of the industry's first unified shader architecture with the Xbox 360, ATI is again taking the leadership role and giving developers the tools to navigate this exciting transition," said Neal Robison, director of independent software vendor (ISV) relations at ATI.

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News source: Xbit Labs

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