Ghent University-founded texture streaming technology creator Graphine has been picked up by Unity Technologies, providing an exit to research institute Imec’s iStart accelerator.

Graphine, a Belgium-based video game graphics technology spinout of Ghent University, has been acquired by video game development engine creator Unity Technologies for an undisclosed sum. Founded in 2013, Graphine sells a software development kit called Granite SDK that exploits an approach known as texture streaming to improve the graphical resolution of textures in video…

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