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A demoparty without partners and sponsors is not possible. We would like to thank them for their support.
Intel believes in innovation. They're driven by it. They live by
it. And it's this principle that led them to create the
world's first microprocessor back in 1971. Today, Intel is behind
everything from the fastest processor in the world to the cables
that power high-speed Internet. They keep innovating because it's
in their blood. Because it's part of their heritage. And because
the technology they invent today will shape the world's
ATI Technologies Inc., a world leader in the design and manufacture of innovative 3D graphics and digital media silicon solutions, is supporting Evoke 2005 as a Sponsor. They are contributing money and hardware prizes to the party competitions. www.ati.com
The legendary US ansi group ACiD sponsors this year's textmode graphics compo with some copies of their Dark Domain DVD. www.acid.org
We are happy to welcome the demoscene.tv staff at Evoke, to feature a live broadcast of our demoparty during the time Evoke takes place.
Demoscene.tv strives to share and broadcast artwork urging from demoscene artists and stakeholders.
DTV offers a video stream (via Winamp and browser) and associated services to allow groups belonging to the digital artscene to diffuse their creations. www.demoscene.tv
NetCologne, since 1994, operates as a local internet and telephone service provider in Cologne and the surrounding area. During that time they've built their own fibre-network across Cologne, making it one of the most modern telephone- and internet-infrastructures
in Europe. We thank NetCologne for supporting this years Evoke with internet connectivity and the ability to broadcast on their cable-tv station. www.netcologne.de
If you or your company want to support this fine event in any way possible, simply get in touch with us for further information.
Evoke is organized by Digitale Kultur e.V. The association aims at supporting the demoscene with a special focus on activities in Germany.