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Tungsten enhanced Chromium enables parallel OpenGL graphics rendering

Tungsten Graphics on Wednesday announced plans to produce a version of its TG Enhanced Chromium software to run on Intel-based Macs. Tungsten Graphics anticipates releasing it by the end of August, 2007. Chromium is an open source project that enables clustered computing groups to do parallel OpenGL graphics rendering. TG Enhanced Chromium is Tungsten Graphics’ own version, with some of its own additions to the code. With TG Enhanced Chromium, Intel Mac-based workgroups will be able to drive multi-panel displays for scientific visualization applications — a “graphics wall,” as it were.

Jun 13, 2007 | Category: GeneralApplications


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