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Mac CAD and 3D News: Kitware announces VolView 3.0 for medical 3D imagery and volume rendering, Nvidia puts out support for OpenGL 3.0 in new drivers, and we have some links to Rhino video tutorials.
From the looks of comments made by an Nvidia rep in a discussion with AppleInsider today about CUDA versus OpenCL, it appears that Apple with its OpenCL-based Snow Leopard operating system will not be ready to release that OS until the second quarter (Q2) of 2009. From the AppleInsider report: “While the OpenCL spec is […]
Khronos Group releases OpenCL 1.0 and OpenVG 1.1 – Khronos Group releases ratified OpenCL 1.0 Specification at SIGGRAPH Asia.
Mac CAD and 3D News Tidbits: Nvidia redefines highend Quadro GPUs for small form factors, Cheetah 3D launches contest, Shook Kelley wins AIA North Carolina and Dosch releases new 3D content
Apple Hearts Nvidia? Maybe…Perhaps this is less about Apple helping to save games and more about Apple being classic Apple.
Well…technically this is just a cash thing. But even by that measure that is an impressive feat for a company that was struggling for its very life just 11 years ago. With its recent record quarterly profits Apple now has more than $25.5 billion in cash, more than Microsoft.
Shown at Siggraph 2008 this year, Rome Reborn 1.0 is a Tremendous Achievement in Architecture, Archeology, Urban Design and Computing
Mac CAD and 3D News – News from Graphisoft’s ArchiCAD, Nemetschek North America and Nvidia
Nvidia had a slew of great announcements at SIGGRAPH 2008 this year and below are summary highlights
Potential Apple announcement at NVISION news and rumors, plus VMware Fusion 2 Beta and more…
Graphics Options to Expand for Mac Pro Customers – Professional Market Needs More Middle Ground
Nvidia has announced this week that developers can now download a CUDA (Compute Unified Device Architecture) for the Mac OS X operating system – system works with several Mac Nvidia GPUs
Overall GPU market is up an impressive 17% where notebooks are leading the way. AMD saw mixed results while Intel maintained its number one status