In other news, ATI has underlined its commitment to PCI Xpress with an announcement that the company actively worked with Intel in the development of the new bus and that they see it as the successor to AGP as a graphics bus interface. ATI says features like virtual channels, quality of service and isochrony make PCI Express a suitable approach for graphics. Certainly, PCI Express has been suggested as a good approach for the graphics bus but we believe ATI is the first to spell it out.
Happy birthday, PIXEL
On a cool early autumn day in Bellingham, WA, in 1965. The Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers—SPIE staff were still in the glow of celebrating their 15th anniversary when they published Frederic Billingsley’s paper, Digital Video Processing at JPL.
Adobe cuddles up with Blender with new plug-ins for Substance and Mixamo
The wishlist for the Substance development team at Adobe is deep and long, but since its acquisition, they’ve been ticking ...