CARY, NC, Apr 7, 2017 – EE Boost Inc. chose C3D Labs’ line of products for the development of its high-performance simulation software of wave behavior in acoustic, elastic, electronic, and photonic applications.
Another reason the company chose C3D is that it comes with C3D Vision, which provides EE Boost ready-to-use functions for managing three-dimensional scenes and animations in its Qt-based GUI development. C3D Vision significantly improves the visualization capabilities of EE Boost software by increasing the rendering quality of 3D models, as well as speeding the processing of large assemblies.
“In summary, with robust, efficient, and easy-to-use libraries from C3D Labs, we can provide our customers fully-commercialized, high-quality software that focuses on our expertise in developing leading edge simulation kernels,” added Mr Xiao.
One of the most important advantages for EE Boost is the C3D Toolkit support for many platforms, including Windows, MacOS, Linux, and Android, both 32- and 64-bit systems – along with popular languages like C++ and C#. EE Boost is currently targeting the Windows system, but they have in the future the ability to extend their software to other systems.
About EE Boost
EE Boost develops and markets high performance software for simulating wave behavior in acoustic, elastic, electronic, and photonic applications. Its success comes from implementing leading edge technology in a user-friendly interface. The company aims to help customers capture, understand, and use the capacity of waves. This improves the performance of customers’ designs, optimizes the layout of their products, and performs detailed analyses through system-level simulations.
EE Boost products include the following software:
- EE Boost Acoustic VR for efficiently calculating HRTF parameters of virtual reality applications
- EE Boost Electromagnetics for fast simulation of electromagnetic fields in all frequency bands in the design, optimization, and analysis of antennas, radars, microwave circuits and devices, communications, remote sensing, metamaterials, and photonic crystals.
About C3D Labs
The C3D Toolkit is a set of key components for creating CAD, CAE and CAM systems to prepare control programs for CNC machines, and other engineering software. Starting in 1995, ASCON used the C3D base geometric kernel as a component of its KOMPAS-3D MCAD system.
Five years ago, C3D became available for licensing by third-party developers. Subsequently, additional functionality evolved into independent solutions, such as the C3D Parametric Kernel, C3D Visualization Module, and C3D Convertion Module. Together, these modules form the C3D Toolkit, a set of tools for developing engineering software. The C3D Toolkit is now in use by more than twenty companies and universities worldwide. C3D technologies are developed and marketed by C3D Labs, a resident of the Skolkovo IT cluster.