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Internet Model Optimiser (IMO) V 1.5. (Internet Focus).

ParallelGraphics who develop Web and wireless 3D technologies, have released Internet Model Optimiser (IMO) V1.5, to optimise complex 3D models created with CAD/CAM/CAE and other design systems for application on the Internet.

Using proprietary algorithms, IMO optimises 3D models by removing the polygons that contribute least to the total visual impression of the models, while allowing for the optimal-balance between rendering speed and visual quality.

IMO version 1.5 new and improved features include: support for the transformation hierarchy of a model's parts which allow for complex animations to be created more intuitively and efficiently, also support for inlining, which allows access to models whose parts are located in separate files, together with improved editing and previewing of materials.

IMO is part of the complete enterprise solution from ParallelGraphics which includes server based algorithms for accessing and optimising existing CAD databases; and authoring software for creating and distributing interactive real-time 3D simulations over the Interact for online training and assembly guides.
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Publication:Database and Network Journal
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Date:Dec 1, 2001
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