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Daily News Round #2

| Posted: Dec 11, 2003 2:21 am

- The Future of Computer Graphics: An Interview with nVidia's Mark Daly

Kirk from TechNewsWorld has conducted an interview with Mark Daly (nVidia's Senior Director of Content Development) that focuses on the work involved 'behind-the-scenes' with nVidia's graphics demonstration software such as the outstanding Dawn & Dusk series, as well as future prospects and the like. A very interesting read.

 

While there is certainly much debate among power users and overclockers as to whether Nvidia or ATI has taken the lead in raw graphics power, the answer -- as is usually the case in matters technological -- depends on the task at hand. After all, there is more to graphics than frame rates. Clearly, the process of putting together a technology demo plays a major role in user perception -- call it mind share -- which often can push a card into the consumer eye very quickly and give it the lead in the market.

 


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- ASUS SCB-2408-D 24/12/24/16 USB 2.0 CD-RW/DVD-ROM @ CDRLabs

 

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