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Great should move things along abit in this area:

ALL THE TALK about physics accelerators from Ageia, Havok/NVidia and even ATI, has one thing in common, the same chaos as we had in the early 3D acceleration days. The thing that fixed that mess was MS stepping in with DirectX/Direct3D, and they appear to have done a damn good job sorting out that mess, ulterior motives aside. As for details, well, I would expect them to come at E3, but no promises, it could still be a way off. Timing aside, it is quite real, and quite under way. Between NVidia and MS, what more do you need for market validation of the physics accelerator concept? µ