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Amigaworld.net News   Amigaworld.net News : AMIcast - Episode 19 - Hans de Ruiter
   posted by radzik on 18-Dec-2016 6:13:34 (648 reads)
Hello and welcome! This is #19 episode of AMIcast with Hans de Ruiter. He is an engineer with a Ph.D. On the Amiga scene, he is preparing for us software support for Radeon cards. Thanks to him we have an opportunity to use modern hardware in Amiga NG. There is more because thanks to Daytona we have OpenGLES wrapper and this is big chance for the community to have some modern games on hands.

http://www.amigapodcast.com/2016/12/amicast-episode-19-hans-de-ruiter.html
    

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