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1 Microsoft Introduces DirectX Raytracing
2 Facebook Offers Devs Instant Games Platform
3 Amazon GameOn With Amazon Prizes
4 You Just Need A Bigger Pong
5 Beyond Holograms - Volumetric Images Using Optical Trap Display
6 Pigments - Beyond RGB
7 Get Ready For SIGGRAPH 2017
8 Babylon.js 3 Adds Support For WebGL 2
9 SIGGRAPH 2017 Must View 3-Minute Trailer
10 GameMaker Studio 2 Adds Level Editing
11 PIX For Windows Introduced
12 Visual Studio Improves Gaming Tools For Unity
13 Blender Adds Spherical Stereo Virtual Reality
14 DirectX Tool Kit For DirectX 12 - 3D For The Rest Of Us?
15 Bablyon.js A JavaScript Framework for 3D Games
16 SIGGRAPH 2016 Video Trailer Doesn't Disappoint!
17 Intel Buzz Workshop - Five Events In One
18 Real-time Face Animation
19 Improved Godot Game Engine
20 Vulkan 1.0 3D Graphics API Now Available
21 Amazon Adds Game Dev Options To AWS
22 Build Your Own Pixel Shader Snail
23 Femto Fairy Lights - Touchable Holograms
24 Create Your Favourite Actor From Nothing But Photos
25 Watching Paint Dry - GPU Paint Brush
26 WebGLStudio.js - 3D Development For The Web
27 Vulkan For Android
28 Pac-Man Easter Egg In Google Maps
29 True Asteroids On A Torus
30 Game Engines For Free
31 The New OpenGL - Vulkan and SPIR-V
32 New Greek Finance Minister Sorted The Steam Economy
33 Calling Graphics Devs - Help Name Next Gen Open GL
34 Can You Do The Regular Expression Crossword?
35 Spectrum Vega – A Blast From The Past
36 RomoCart Brings A Race Track To Your Living Room
37 Spheree The 3D Snow Globe Breakthrough
38 LiquidFun V1.1 Runs In A Browser
39 OpenGL 4.5 Announced And Microsoft Joins In
40 FIrst Person Engine In 256 Lines - The Simplicity Of Raycast
41 Unified Particles Make Better Graphics
42 SIGGRAPH 2014 Teaser Video
43 LiquidFun Is Fun!
44 NASA Contributes Mission to Kerbal Space Program
45 Water In WebGL - One You Have To See
46 Yahoo Launches Games Network
47 DirectX 12 The Details - Or Not
48 Mozilla Enhances Browser-Based Gaming
49 DirectX Not Dead - Version 12 At GDC
50 FlightGear 3.0 Released
51 Kerbal Space Program - A Game With A Mission
52 SIGGRAPH University - Learn OpenGL
53 Regex Golf, XKCD And Peter Norvig
54 Google's LiquidFun For Fluid Simulation
55 Better 3D Meshes Using The Nash Embedding Theorem
56 Minecraft Goes Quantum
57 Flight Gear 2.12 Released
58 3-Sweep - 3D Models From Photos
59 Xbox One - Free Dev Kits!
60 WebGL - Trojans, Snakes And Real Time Textures
61 Babylon.js - A WebGL Game Engine From Microsoft
62 Updates to OpenGL and OpenCL
63 Home Grown Games Allowed On Every Xbox One
64 Regular Expression Crossword Site
65 WebGL 3D Sculpture Demo
66 Amazing Siggraph 2013
67 No Self Made Games For Xbox One
68 Realtime Fluid Flow - Wow!
69 FBI Fun With Codes
70 Role Playing Game Programmed as Excel Spreadsheet
71 QBASIC Game On Steam Greenlight
72 The Perfect Snake
73 AMD - No DirectX 12
74 Easy 3D Display With Leap Control
75 How To Become A Games Designer
76 3D Teapot Classic Using Pure DHTML
77 Real World Racing Using Satellite Images
78 Microsoft Confirms XNA is Dead but DirectX is OK
79 Microsoft Phases Out XNA and DirectX?
80 Z Space - A Real 3D Display
81 Android Games Console OUYA SDK Released
82 Mitsuba Makes Graphics Realistic
83 Atari Arcade Games Reimagined With CreateJS
84 Computer Simulated Knitting
85 FlightGear 2.8 Takes Off
86 OpenGL And ES Updated
87 OpenGL Faster Than DirectX - Or Is It?
88 Microsoft Downs Flight
89 SwordFight From Microsoft Research
90 GamesCircle for Kindle Fire
91 OUYA A $99 Open Games Platform Gets $1 million - For What?
92 Atari at 40 Celebrates Pong with Developer Challenge
93 Desktop Games Still Popular
94 A Brief History Of Video Games
95 Bitcoin Idea Gets $500,000 funding
96 Liberated Pixel Cup
97 Frogger - With Real Cars
98 Build New Games Launch
99 Pong Developer Challenge
100 Microsoft Flight Free Over Hawaii
 
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