This story misstated the role of Ageia's PhysX technology in the three major gaming consoles: the Xbox 360, the Playstation 3, and the Wii. Ageia's PhysX chips are found only in PCs and as add-on cards, but the company makes software that helps developers
As industry works on blending PC and graphics chips, Nvidia plans to beef up its graphics technology by integrating powerful PhysX chip into its GeForce graphics hardware.
New software APIs for ray-traced computer graphics make news in New Orleans just before Siggraph 2009 opens.
Graphics chipmaker signs license agreement to provide PhysX tech, which enables game objects to respond in a realistic way to physical events, for the game console.
Nvidia launches the GPU Ventures Program, an initiative to identify and invest in early stage graphics companies.
PC game makers license physics programming technology from Nvidia
Game companies are licensing the graphics chipmaker's PhysX engine technology, which is designed to make game objects respond in a realistic way to physical events.
Ageia's PhysX cards are here
AMD and Havok announce plans to optimize game physics processing on AMD chips.
We finally sit down with Ageia