|Developer(s)||Sam Jordan, Hans-Joerg Frieden, Thomas Frieden|
|Stable release||4 / March 27, 2007|
Its design was similar to that of both the Picasso96 graphics card drivers and operated in a similar fashion to the 3DFX Glide drivers, which provided a uniform and standardised way for programmers to create software for the 3D graphics cards that were available at the time.
It was hoped that the creation of this API would not only encourage the development and release of more 3D graphics cards, but also move away from the situation where a new piece of hardware had been developed with no software available to run on it. If the particular piece of software used the Warp3D API (enabled through a shared library), any current or newly developed hardware would be able to be used.
Warp3D requires the following in order to work properly
- An AmigaOS compatible system with CyberGraphX or Picasso96, containing: