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New mo-cap tech renders CG in real-time

An upcoming short film called Construct finds new ways to use the current CG animation technology to produce mind-blowing results.

By April 9, 2014


Start-up Caustic targets ray tracing for graphics

Founded by three engineers from Apple, Caustic Graphics promises to speed up the realistic renderings through a combination of chips and software.

By March 9, 2009


Nvidia conference is all about the other processor

At its first-ever Nvision conference, Nvidia makes a case for the graphics processing unit, the other chip inside the PC.

By August 25, 2008


Intel's Larrabee--more and less than meets the eye

The many-core x86 Larrabee processor is designed for more than graphics, but will likely offer less performance at a higher price than competing graphics chips.

By August 5, 2008


Intel researchers shine light on ray tracing

Co-director for Intel's Tera-scale computing research program and a colleague offer a primer on the company's work on future graphics technology.

By June 19, 2008


Intel sounds off on USB 3.0 conflict, graphics plans

Company attempts to end dispute by clarifying difference between basic spec and "host controller specification." It also confirms a shift away from traditional graphics chip tech.

By June 11, 2008


Nvidia buys ray-tracing tech company RayScale

Graphics chipmaker acquiring small company that is a product of 10 years of research at the University of Utah.

By May 23, 2008


Nvidia CEO details his beef with Intel

Jen-Hsun Huang describes his company as laser focused on just one thing: visual computing. This is leading to clashes with chipmaker Intel, which is shifting its focus to this area.

By May 9, 2008


Nvidia does battle with Intel, Moore's Law

Nvidia CEO and co-founder Jen-Hsun Huang's vigorous defense of his company's graphics technology shows he's feeling the heat from Intel.

By April 13, 2008


Graphic content at GH2007

Glaskowsky describes the goings-on at the 2007 Graphics Hardware conference.

By August 6, 2007