VR Helps the University of Sheffield Understand Molecular Processes
The University of Sheffield’s Krebs Institute Structural Biology Group, within the Department of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology, has recently installed an ActiveWall Virtual Reality (VR) system and Virtalis’ own VR software enabler for PyMOL, which enables molecular data to be visualised and interacted with in stereoscopic 3D.
Virtalis Supports Kilimanjaro Bid
Virtalis’ senior 3D graphic artist, Tim Goodwin, is to form part of a team with its sights set on conquering Mount Kilimanjaro this July.
Virtalis Boosts 3D Modelling Capability
RICH Wilson, 31, has joined Virtalis in a new role designed to bridge the twin disciplines of 3D programming and 3D modelling.
Virtalis Expands its Development Team
C++ PROGRAMMING lies at the heart of much of Virtual Reality (VR) development and Virtalis’ world renowned Development Team is largely composed of gifted C++ programmers.
GeoVisionary Aids Environmental Research
The Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (CEH), a public-sector research centre, has begun using Virtalis’ GeoVisionary software to visualise its data in 3D.