Monthly Archives: December 2006

Growing Animation Industry in North Korea

Over the past decade, North Korea has quietly developed an impressive animation industry, exporting programs to Asia, Europe and North America, according to a report on RFA.org. Read more about the North

Digital-Tutors Announces RealFlow4 Training

New Training Provides Interactive Guide to Learning Fluid and Dynamic Simulation in RealFlow4 Digital-Tutors, announced the availability of ‘Introduction to RealFlow4’ – a comprehensive guide to the creating realistic fluid and dynamic

Nvidia Launches New Graphics Chip for Workstations

Nvidia, one of the world’s largest makers of graphics chips for PCs and game consoles, is rolling out a new graphics processor specifically aimed at workstations. The Santa Clara, Calif., company announced

Japan

Japan’s animation-related market is estimated to be worth 1 trillion yen, including the production of animated TV shows/movies, sales of video titles, and sales of merchandise featuring animation characters. The Japanese anime

AMD and Nvidia in antitrust investigation

The Justice Department is investigating Advanced Micro Devices Inc. and Nvidia Corp. in a federal probe of possible antitrust violations in the computer graphics card industry. Both Silicon Valley companies, the two