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AMD is partnering with Intel to improve the way its graphics chips can handle physics and other scientific calculations. Well, sort of...AMD's actually working with Intel subsidiary Havok, which the chip giant acquired last year....
Yesterday Havok announced that the famous physics engine is finally free(with some limitations obviously). The No-Charge Havok PC download is a binary-only bundle that includes all of the standard features and functionality of both the...
AMD says GPU physics is dead until DirectX 11 PC gamers have been looking for more than just pretty graphics when it comes to their game titles over the last few years. Not only...
Intel has signed a definitive agreement to purchase software developer Havok Incorporated, a company that provides various software development tools to digital animation and game developers as well as one of the largest providers for...
Havok, the premier provider of interactive software and services to digital creators in the game and film industries, announces today that Blizzard Entertainment® has licensed Havok 4.0, the market-leading game-play physics and animation solution. ...
The result of an ongoing engineering collaboration between Havok and NVIDIA, this new software product from Havok -- called Havok FX(TM) -- enables the simulation of dramatically-detailed physical phenomena in PC games, when powered by...