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TGS Announces the Release of amira 3.1
Posted Mon December 15, 2003 @02:34PM
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Post Processing TGS is proud to announce the release of version 3.1 of amira®, amiraDev™, amiraVR™, as well as the new amiraVR.Cluster™ for Windows® 98/2000/NT/XP, UNIX, Linux® and Linux on the 64-bit Itanium2™ platform. amira is TGS’s flagship 3D analysis and visualization application package offering the end-user innovative capabilities to easily and interactively analyze complex 3D data sets.

amira 3.1 will offer its users greater functionality by increasing the standard set of features and by adding extensions including PC cluster support. This new release is now available for download from the TGS website,

amira supports a wide range of applications within the following fields such as numerical simulations (finite element analysis, power generation), computational fluid dynamics and hydrodynamics, crash analysis and simulation, material sciences and quality control, physics, electromagnetism, oil & gas exploration and geosciences, environmental and energy.

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