PPU Changes Face Of Interactive Gaming

Sept. 11, 2006
The PhysX processor debuts as the first physics-processing unit (PPU) designed to power pervasive real-time physics in PC gaming. Providing true physics interaction on a grand scale, the processor relies on parallel interactive engines to accelerate

The PhysX processor debuts as the first physics-processing unit (PPU) designed to power pervasive real-time physics in PC gaming. Providing true physics interaction on a grand scale, the processor relies on parallel interactive engines to accelerate dynamic physical motion and interaction, enabling complex characters, objects, and environments that interact based on real-world, real-time properties. End users will have different experiences every time they play a game. For example explosions will be in real-time and specific to the interaction of objects, as opposed to replays of the same animation. For further information and pricing, call AGEIA TECHNOLOGIES INC., Mountain View, CA. (650) 210-3753.

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