AMD will work with game giant Havok to tailor Havok's game technology to AMD processors, the companies said Thursday.
The plans call for optimizing game-physics effects utilizing AMD's multicore processors and graphics processing units, or GPUs.
Game physics brings the laws of physics--or physical-world simulation--to a game. For example, explosions may be modeled differently depending on the terrain.
Havok, which Intel acquired in September of last year, provides development tools and services used by digital-media creators. Havok's technology has been used in game titles such as BioShock, Stranglehold, Halo 2, Half Life 2, and has been used … Read more