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PhysX Cards For $50? (Yes, In Japan)

PhysX Cards For $50? (Yes, In Japan)

Ageia’s PhysX cards, specialised components that support in-game physics just as a video card supports graphics, haven’t really taken the world by storm. Why? My guess is that, among other reasons, it’s tough enough for consumers to pony up $US 200 when they need a new graphics card, let alone…

Intel Snaps Up Havok

Intel Snaps Up Havok

Egads. This well and truly marks the end of AGEIA and its PhysX hardware physics processor. Havok already has a commanding lead – or should that be a monopoly – on the physics middleware business, and this will only make it bigger, better and more ragdoll-y. So, it’s up to…