Physx Sdk For Mac

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'Nvidia provides both the engine and SDK for free to Windows and Linux users and developers.' PS3 is also free and Xbox 360 can be bought - but Mac is not yet available in any shape or form. As far as I know, all the PhysX-enabled Mac games that have been released have been developed with NVIDIA's help and they use some custom form of PhysX. No deposit casino for mac.

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Apr 04, 2013  NVIDIA PhysX SDK is a middleware product designed to implement complex interactions in modern games, aiming to deliver a smooth environment to the end-user. PhysX is a scalable multi-platform game physics solution supporting a wide range of devices, from smartphones to high-end multicore CPUs. While the PhysX SDK is designed primarily for game developers, it is also used by researchers, educators, and simulation application developers who need real time performance and robust behavior.

This is sort of a bizzare situation though when you consider the fact that there are games and engines that do indeed use PhysX on the Mac. Why would nvidia drag their feet on PhysX SDK on the Mac when Havok has jumped in and now we have Havok driven titles on the Mac? In a way it's almost seeming like a reversal of when Havok was the stumbling block for bringing a game to the Mac. UE3 uses PhysX for many if not all of its AAA titles. The only one I don't see specifically mentioning PhysX is Borderlands and that may be being ported by Feral as we speak. If you look you'll see there's not even a Mac section at nvidia's PhysX forum.

Only a thread or two with someone asking for the SDK and getting a reply similar to what I've said above. If you do a google search for PhysX Mac you'll find threads with people asking for PhysX Mac and not getting much if any official reply.

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Late 2012 27 inch iMac, Core i7 Quad 3.4GHz, 16GB RAM, Nvidia GeForce GTX 680MX 2GB, 3TB HDD - Mavericks Late 2009 27 inch iMac, Core i5 2.6GHz, 12GB RAM, ATI Radeon 4850HD 512MB, 1TB HDD - Mavericks Mac Mini, PowerPC G4 1.4Ghz, 1GB RAM, Radeon 9200 32MB, 256GB HDD - Leopard Dell Inspiron 1200 Notebook: 1.2GHz Celeron, 1.2GB RAM, Intel GMA915, 75GB HDD - Ubuntu Generic Black Tower PC, Dual Core 64-bit 2.4GHz, 4GB RAM, GeForce 9600 GT 512MB - Windows 7 •. I understand that you're talking about the PhysX SDK itself, but its worth mentioning that you can develop Mac games that use it, and the Unity licensing terms are generous.

Doesn't help non-Unity games like Trine though. It's possible that the Trine guy is right, that Unity's version of PhysX is a custom version. More likely NVidia simply haven't put together a Mac SDK and don't want to support it?

Seems bizarre to me, given that Linux is there, but it's true that packaging and supporting SDKs is not free. Maybe it's a holdover from the PPC days? Supporting cross-platform-compatible physics across multiple chip architectures seems like a nightmare to me.

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Perhaps going Intel-only would make the SDK more feasible. But the suspect thing about this is that Trine devs apparently couldn't get an answer to the question? Mac versions exist, nVidia charged money from them. Shouldn't be that hard to get a yes or no from them. Frankly I'm wondering how hard the Trine guys looked into this. Slower and faster?

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I'm sorry to hear such good news? Late 2012 27 inch iMac, Core i7 Quad 3.4GHz, 16GB RAM, Nvidia GeForce GTX 680MX 2GB, 3TB HDD - Mavericks Late 2009 27 inch iMac, Core i5 2.6GHz, 12GB RAM, ATI Radeon 4850HD 512MB, 1TB HDD - Mavericks Mac Mini, PowerPC G4 1.4Ghz, 1GB RAM, Radeon 9200 32MB, 256GB HDD - Leopard Dell Inspiron 1200 Notebook: 1.2GHz Celeron, 1.2GB RAM, Intel GMA915, 75GB HDD - Ubuntu Generic Black Tower PC, Dual Core 64-bit 2.4GHz, 4GB RAM, GeForce 9600 GT 512MB - Windows 7 •.

This entry was posted on 14.10.2018.