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(keitai-l) Re: RE : Re: Mobile 3D content

From: Olivier MARTIN <martin_at_anoria.com>
Date: 04/01/02
Message-ID: <535555545.20020401222701_at_anoria.com>
01/04/2002, 22:08:55, Olivier writes : 


Tuesday, March 26, 2002, 10:31:53 AM, you wrote:

tl>    Hello all,

tl>    There is a lot of companies providing 3D engine on mobile.

Which ones and for which applications? Entertainement only? Could be
interesting to know them.

tl>  Note that
tl> Superscape, whil having a nice engine, make it run on an high end
tl> smartphone, which is not exactly the definition of a mobile device yet,
tl> while ExEn make much simpler 3D on mass market mobile device...

Few phones are ready, it's question to :

- Advice to implement "anykind" of valuable engine on mobile phone by
signing of an agreement : with manufacturer and/or mobile operator (marketing products &
services department),
- code, optimize, and share API,
- setup a developer zone,
- Give end consumers choice what they expected more... ZX 80 Spectrum like or gameboy advance
like ;-)

Competition is good... Break the limits... Wait and See ;-)


Greetz,
Olivier
Received on Tue Apr 2 00:05:58 2002