|Headquarters||Broomfield, Colorado, USA|
Spatial Corporation was founded in 1986, and had one main product: ACIS, the first commercially available 3D modeling kernel. Through subsequent years, Spatial added products to its portfolio that enabled ISVs mostly in the CAD/CAM industries, to build applications. These components included extensions and updates to the ACIS modeler, visualization products, as well as acquisitions in translator technology.
A significant transformation took place at Spatial when it was purchased by Dassault Systèmes in late 2000. Spatial Corp. became a subsidiary of Dassault Systèmes.
- CGM Core Modeler - the 3D modeling kernel used in Dassault Systèmes’ 3DEXPERIENCE Platform.
- 3D ACIS Modeler - features an open, object-oriented C++ architecture that enables robust, 3D modeling capabilities
- 3D InterOp - CAD data translation framework.
- 3D Visualization - the HOOPS 3D Application Framework enables the development of 3D Visualization applications with advanced 2D and 3D graphics functionality.
- 3D Mesh - an object-based software development toolkit providing fully configurable surface and volumetric meshing capabilities.
- Constraint Design Solver (CDS) - provides variational constraint solver solutions for design and engineering applications.
- Spatial Corporation Homepage
- CGM Core Modeler Official Website
- 3D ACIS Modeler Official Website
- 3D InterOp Official Website
- 3D Visualization - HOOPS Visualize Official Website
- 3D Mesh Official Website
- Constraint Design Solver (CDS) Official Website
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