Ghost_of_TMMI Friday, 10/04/19 01:46:08 AM Re: 4retire post# 35985 Post # of 36015 Maybe they did and decided to revisit their legacy tech as something to add into their Mini PC boxes? Why did Dimension jump from VDK2 PVS fractals into warped RAISR knock off video scaling? Couldn't they find enough parts to assemble a old 1994 IBM PVS supercomputer to run their precious code on? By the way RAISR "Rapid and Accurate Image Super Resolution" is widely available for free as open source, so it appears Dimension is completely worthless. Is this the reason for a 4,000,000,000 TMMI shares extortion attempt? "It's a shame that there appears to be no communication between the principals." After what TMMI has been through for the past 20 years and lost business opportunities due to malicious false misleading claims against this company its no wonder there's a lack of communication as you say. What does Dimension hope to achieve by fighting so hard over the "PVS source code license"? That old code has no practical value, even VDK3 has limited use according to their website. At least they have other things on the shelf like their Mini PC, TRUDEF Video Player, 4K streaming and who knows what else. TMMI is like a cat, it has multiple lives.