ORLANDO, FL – TransLucid, Inc. today announced the successful integration of their Falcon sensor simulation into the U.S. Army’s Synthetic Environment (SE) Core Data Sets. Falcon was integrated into SE Core DVED’s common rendering and visualization application to demonstrate the sensor capability of the SE Core data sets for imaging sensor simulation (infrared, night-vision, etc.). Falcon performs the physics calculations, shader based rendering, and image post processing effects required to visualize the sensor data sets in real-time.
“The speed and ease of integration occurred over a short period of only a few days and resulted in very high-quality imaging sensor rendering,” said Tim Palmer, president of TransLucid. “The success of this effort is more proof that Falcon’s overall design and architecture is capable of revolutionizing an aspect of the simulation and training industry that has long been seen as a difficult requirement.”
A demonstration of the successful integration can be seen at the I/ITSEC 2009 trade show in the U.S. Army’s Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training, and Instrumentation (PEO STRI) booth #101 and CAE’s booth #2334.
TransLucid recently announced availability of version 1.2 of Falcon to U.S. customers. Email inquiries to sales@TransLucidInc.com, or call (256) 489-7329. Falcon can also be seen in TransLucid’s booth #2711, at the I/ITSEC 2009 trade show in Orlando, FL.
About TransLucid TransLucid, Inc. specializes in real-time visual simulation and training software products and services. TransLucid is a privately held corporation headquartered in Huntsville, AL. For more information, visit www.TransLucidInc.com.
For further information, contact: Tim Palmer TransLucid, Inc. Phone: (256) 489-7329 Email: tpalmer@TransLucidInc.com