US Patent Application published, "Method and Apparatus for Graphics Processing Using Multi-Threading" (US 2013/0176323 A1).
Hooray! The new Airbus A350 has completed its test flight. "Yes it flies - with the help of ASRP and AFRS!"
The Russian Dolls now on Android too. It is free and ad-free as a gesture of goodwill!
We continue our last-year project on mobile 3D graphics by implementing DirectX 11.0 API and extending OpenGL|ES driver to the upcoming 3.0 draft version, for the same undisclosed mobile hardware.
We have finished a prototype and continue to develop a GPGPU solver for fluids together with Maya integration. The project is granted by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation.
Today at our premises in Saint Petersburg State Polytechnical University we had a meeting with a Philips Research Europe team. We look forward to further cooperation.
Our company celebrates its 20th birthday!
Samsung have granted us an early access to the bada SDK 2.0, new and improved version of the mobile OS.
Our company participates in the program for the development of Samsung Smart TV platform in Russia.
It is proper time to announce that we are working on OpenGL|ES 2.0 implementation for upcoming mobile platform.
Nival today announced it is bringing Prime World to North America and Europe.
Now the Customers page shows the world map with customers and partners positions.
New release of the Vizerra client application is available, featuring both improved user interface and further graphics technologies development along with bug fixes.
We've received Commercial Seller Status in the Samsung Apps shop. You are welcome to contact us if you have any interesting mobile projects to sell.
The Russian Dolls game keeps going up! It has passed to the second stage of the local Russian Developer Challenge.
The web site is finally renewed and upgraded!
Our Russian Dolls game is among 300 best applications in the Global Samsung Bada Developer Challenge. We are awarded with the Samsung Wave S8500 mobile phone and are not going to stop at this point.