Havok

  • Microsoft Fleshes Out Its 3D Capabilities With Purchase Of Havok From Intel

    Microsoft Fleshes Out Its 3D Capabilities With Purchase Of Havok From Intel

    Microsoft announced today that it has purchased Havok Software from Intel. The chip maker purchased Havok, an Irish gaming technology company, back in September 2007. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. In a short blog post, Microsoft called Havok the “leading provider of 3D physics.” That’s the core of this; Microsoft, as a company, is working on both gaming and… Read More

  • Intel’s Havok Acquires 3D Game Engine Provider Trinigy

    Intel’s Havok Acquires 3D Game Engine Provider Trinigy

    Havok, a provider of interactive software solutions for the games, entertainment and simulation industries that was acquired by Intel back in 2007, this morning announced that it has purchased long-time partner Trinigy, a 3D game engine provider with offices in Germany; Austin, Texas (US) and Seoul (Korea). Financial terms of the acquisition were not disclosed. Read More

  • Intel To Acquire Havok

    Intel has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Havok , a provider of software and services used by digital media creators in game development. Havok’s 3D software powers online worlds including Linden Lab’s Second Life, as well as a variety of console games on Xbox, Wii and PlayStation. According to Intel, the acquisition will enable developers in the digital animation and… Read More