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Imagination buys ray tracing firm for $27M

12/14/2010 04:30 PM EST
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eewiz
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re: Imagination buys ray tracing firm for $27M
eewiz   12/15/2010 5:33:03 AM
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The link works for me.

seckhardt551
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re: Imagination buys ray tracing firm for $27M
seckhardt551   12/14/2010 8:05:02 PM
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If you want the comments on Caustic Graphics from those who know the most about ray tracing, check out the ompf forum topic: http://ompf.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=1248&p=21795#p21795 The responses to the purchase are on the last page of the topic.

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re: Imagination buys ray tracing firm for $27M
rick merritt   12/14/2010 5:03:15 PM
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Is ray tracing ready for prime time this time? Anyone had a hands on with Caustic Graphics technology?

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