Nvidia's GeForce GTX 1070 is one hot as hell graphics card, delivering Titan X-level performance at a price real gamers, video editors and creative content producers can afford. The blowers on high-end GPU's are so big now that they may even be able dry your hair or hands if they are wet. You’ll find the a single HDMI 2.0b connection, a single dual-link DVI-D connector, and three full-sized DisplayPorts that are DP 1.2 certified, but ready for DP 1.3 and 1.4. That last tidbit means the card will be able to power 4K monitors running at 120Hz, 5K displays at 60Hz, and even if you think 4K & 5K are old news and passe maybe the fact that it supports 8K displays at 60Hz will excite you. Keep in mind you’ll need a pair of cables for that last scenario to work.
The Aladdin4D Blog started about ten years ago with the acquisition of Aladdin4D and the hopes and dreams of renewing development of it. Like a long televised soap opera it's had its ups and downs over those years and things have happened that we could have never predicted. The inspiration to start the blog came from Martin's Minutes.
For those that don't know Martin's Minutes was another blog on the Internet before they were even called blogs that was from a 3D Animation companies founder that discussed a program called "Animation Master". It was fun and insightful to read and was also started by a company that got its beginning making Amiga 3D Animation software.
Like the Aladdin4D Blog, that site didn't always discuss just 3D software, it also covered topics about the world we live in and the deep thoughts of Martin Hash. It was a valuable insight into the brilliant mind of the creator of Hash Inc which is still around today.
In order to assist and accelerate the resurrection of Aladdin4D it had to be split in two. One piece remained with DiscreetFX and the other piece is in the hands of A-Eon Technology Ltd. This allows two different companies to grow and expand the user base and mindshare of Aladdin4D. Double or more in brains, partners and idea men that unite with positive goals. This is the way of the lamp. This is the destiny of the lamp. Rub the Lamp, Render the Magic.
Sorry for the delay in getting this news out. The rights, source code and future development of AmigaOS, MorphOS & AROS versions of Aladdin4D were sold to A-Eon Technology Ltd. DiscreetFX retains the rights to the OS X, iOS, Linux, Android & Windows versions of Aladdin4D.
The MorphOS Team has finally released the highly anticipated version 3.8 of MorphOS. The lighting fast OS is no longer restricted to used hardware. It now works on the SAM 460 & 460cr from Acube. Run Aladdin4D on this new OS version and soar like a butterfly.
As we predicted back in October 2012 Windows 8 is a complete and utter failure. The lesson here is don't try to force your customers to use a new AOL 1996 inspired hard to use interface and take away what they're used to using. Windows 8 destroyed the Windows brand way more than Apple or Google. Apple and Google are now larger organizations based on market capitalization. Microsoft got jealous of the installed base of Android and iOS and thought changing the interface of the Windows Desktop to look like Windows Phone would be a winner. Other opinions have stated they were deadly wrong and it cost Steve Ballmer his job and most of the Windows 8 team has been fired or transferred. If you need to use Windows use version 7 instead. Some customers are even happy with XP and that's up to them. We won't even mention the failure of Windows Phone 8 or the mega failure of the Microsoft Surface tablet (1.2 Billion dollars lost and counting) which also runs Windows 8. Why do we even bother talking about this silly news? Aladdin4D 6.0 will never be sold for Windows, it will be available free of charge to customers that buy a version for other platforms.