Dynamics for SpaceClaim by Algoryx Available

Adds physics-based motion dynamics to 3D models.

Adds physics-based motion dynamics to 3D models.

Algoryx Simulation, a provider of interactive physics simulation solutions, and SpaceCaim announced Dynamics for SpaceClaim, a new real-time multibody simulation module for SpaceClaim Engineer that includes interactive physics.

Dynamics for SpaceClaim by Algoryx brings 3D models to life using physics-based motion dynamics powered by Algoryx’ real-time physics engine, AgX Dynamics. When used with Luxion KeyShot, the same simulations can also be used to produce photo-realistic product videos for design reviews, sales and marketing.

“The market has never seen dynamics that can be built this easily and provide this much visual information regarding the physical performance of their work,” said Frank DeSimone, vice president of software development for SpaceClaim. “Algoryx’s AgX physics engine provides outstanding compute performance, and the company’s novel approach to physics is very much in keeping with our philosophy of helping engineers perform advanced tasks in 3D without special training. In minutes, users will be able to see how their designs will function in the real world, potentially saving them hours of engineering.”

“We provide compute performance and a user experience that help engineers use simulations in their everyday work. Much of our focus is on the creative engineering process and solutions that enable designers, engineers, sales and marketing professionals to work much closer together,” said Anders Backman, CTO and co-founder of Algoryx.

For more information, visit Algoryx Simulation and SpaceClaim.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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