« on: January 24, 2012, 11:33:31 PM »
Interesting. Intel must be getting worried that they are the only chip company without a GPGPU.
What began as a side project has gone global after a New Zealand student's software was picked up by Google and NASA.
"I never expected it to take off like this," said University of Waikato student Paul Hunkin.
"It started off as little afternoon project and it's gotten reasonably popular."
Hunkin might downplay his success, but NASA called the software an "innovative solution".
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