Ann Arbor, MI (2 April 2013) – Blue Newt Software and Calytrix Technologies announce the integration of Blue Newt’s Blue Sprocket Engine and PixelTransit image generator with Calytrix’s LVC Game. Calytrix's LVC Game interface software provides third-party products with DIS/HLA connectivity, permitting serious training in distributed simulation and training environments. Blue Newt Software’s Blue Sprocket Engine is a fully modern rendering and simulation pipeline for serious developers. PixelTransit is a high-performance clustered image generator built on top of the Blue Sprocket Engine.
With LVC Game, Blue Sprocket Engine and PixelTransit users can now participate in small to very large scale, DIS/HLA-based, distributed simulations with other Live, Virtual, and Constructive (LVC) participants.
"With LVC Game, Blue Newt can better meet the needs of DIS/HLA interoperability in the dismounted, air to ground, and vehicle simulation markets," said Matthew Cabrera, Blue Newt Software’s Vice President of Sales and Marketing.
"LVC Game for the Blue Sprocket Engine and PixelTransit image generator system combines high performance interoperability and high performance 3D graphics," said Damon Curry, International Sales Manager at Calytrix Technologies. "That's a great combination for simulation-based training."
About Calytrix Technologies
Calytrix Technologies is a defense training and simulation company specializing in delivering integrated training solutions. Calytrix produces a number of commercial off-the-shelf products for simulation and training, including simulated radio and related voice communication tools for military and civil markets, and Live, Virtual, and Constructive gateways that interface game-technology products into mil-standards based distributed simulation environments. Calytrix is based in Perth, Western Australia, with additional offices in Australia and the USA. For more information, visit www.calytrix.com.
About Blue Newt
Blue Newt Software is a graphics technology company focused on providing industry leading software to the simulation industry. Blue Newt produces simulation engines and image generators designed to allow rapid development and deliver high-quality, high-performance rendering, fast networking, and precise control. Founded in 2001 and privately held, Blue Newt is headquartered in Ann Arbor, Michigan, with offices in the United States and affiliates in Europe. For more information, visit www.blue-newt.com.