Intel and Hitachi to push U3D standard

Posted on Wednesday, January 26 2005 @ 17:46 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Hitachi and Intel will support the Universal 3D (U3D) standard. The companies believe this will make short term and long term cost savings and fatter profitability when used for maintenance, sales and training materials.

U3D is a standard for sharing and visualising 3D graphics, invented by Intel.

More info at The Inquirer

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