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Virtalis

Chester House
79 Dane Road
Sale
Manchester
M33 7BP
United Kingdom


Web : www.virtalis.com


Article archive for Virtalis;

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    Virtalis now shipping Visionary Render V1.1(11/01/2015)

    Visionary Render software allows users to access and experience a real-time, interactive and immersive Virtual Reality (VR) environment created from huge 3D datasets.

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    Virtalis develops Visionary Render for zSpace(20/07/2014)

    Virtalis is bringing stereoscopic, interactive 3D visualisation to the desktop courtesy of a link to zSpace from Virtalis’ Visionary Render software.

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    Virtalis co-sponsors University of Liverpool Formula Student Team 2014(21/01/2014)

    Virtalis, the Virtual Engineering Centre (VEC) and the Science & Technology Facilities Council (STFC) Hartree Centre are co-sponsoring the University of Liverpool’s Formula Student Team for 2014.

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    Virtalis signs partnership agreement with Fleetway(24/11/2013)

    Canadian company, Fleetway Inc has formally announced an exclusive partnership agreement with the Manchester based virtual reality (VR) specialist, Virtalis.

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    Virtalis brings Virtual Reality to all CAD users(27/10/2013)

    Virtalis has released new software that makes 3D visualisation and Virtual Reality (VR) fully accessible to all CAD users for the first time.

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    Virtalis releases the latest version of its GeoVisionary software(25/10/2013)

    The end of October will see Virtalis shipping  GeoVisionary Version 2.0, believed to be the only visualiser in the world that enables you to combine full point cloud data, volumetric data, streaming terrain, GIS/geospatially referenced information and CAD data all in a single window.

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    Virtalis wins Best in Show at PTC Live Global(21/07/2013)

    Online CAD, CAM and CAE network, TenLinks has announced Virtalis as winner, Best in Show, Hardware category for best products on display at PTC Live Global 2013.

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    Lanner forms partnership with Virtalis(22/02/2013)

    Lanner, the company behind WITNESS, the business process simulation software, has signed a formal software development partnership with Virtalis, one of Europe’s leading Virtual Reality (VR) specialists.

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    Virtalis joins the Nuclear Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre(20/09/2012)

    Virtual reality (VR) specialist, Virtalis has joined the Nuclear Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (Nuclear AMRC), which is located in Rotherham, UK.

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    VR helps researchers understand molecular processes(14/09/2012)

    The University of Sheffield’s Krebs Institute Structural Biology Group (SBG) has recently installed an ActiveWall virtual reality (VR) system and is using Virtalis’ own VR software enabler for PyMOL* (a widely used 3D molecular visualisation application) both to visualise and interact with molecular data in spectacular stereoscopic 3D.

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    GeoVisionary software aids environmental research(19/04/2012)

    The Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (CEH) has begun using Virtalis’ GeoVisionary software to visualise its data in 3D, following a demonstration of the application at sister organisation, the British Geological Survey (BGS). Both CEH and BGS are part of the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) which delivers independent research, survey and training in the environmental sciences to advance knowledge of the Earth as a complex, interacting system.

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    Virtalis launches its own range of virtual reality glasses(30/01/2012)

    The Virtalis range of active virtual reality (VR) glasses for stereoscopic viewing - ActiveWorks 3D - are the result of two decade’s experience distilled to create a design that is ideal for today’s immersive stereoscopic environments. The VR glasses are not only compatible with all the company’s VR installations around the world, they are also compatible with all the 3D cinema systems currently available too.

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    VR tools are now part of National Grid US training(01/12/2011)

    National Grid US has bought three ActiveMove immersive display systems from Virtual Reality (VR) specialist, Virtalis, and is developing a library of interactive 3D VR models that will be incorporated into the company’s technical training. ActiveMove is a transportable, interactive, 3D visualisation system that is part of the Virtalis ActiveWorks family of 3D immersive visualisation tools.

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    Latest version of 3D geosciences visualiser now shipping(25/10/2011)

    Virtalis is now shipping Version 1.1 of the 3D geosciences visualiser, GeoVisionary. The Virtalis development team has made numerous functionality improvements in Version 1.1 prior to GeoVisionary 2.0 coming out next year. The application was developed by Virtalis in collaboration with BGS as specialist software for the high-resolution visualisation of spatial data.

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    Virtalis brings VR to the shipbuilding industry(02/12/2010)

    The Virtalis development team has created a virtual reality (VR) software adaptor that seamlessly exports data created in AVEVA’s Tribon CAD package into PTC’s DIVISION MockUp and Virtalis’ Visionary Render. The conduit for this development was Shanghai-based RBD Computer Technology Company, which brings Virtalis technology to Chinese industry and academia. Now Virtalis, RBD, AVEVA and PTC are working together to bring the solution to market – the Virtalis Tribon Adaptor.