The capabilities of Vortex Studio are enhanced through a variety of integrations with powerful 3rd party software.
BISim is a global software company at the forefront of simulation training solutions for defense and civilian organizations.
The Vortex Studio for VBS3 plugin allows VBS3 and VBS STE users to create and deploy high fidelity simulations of vehicles and ground equipment with performance enhanced by Vortex Studio phyisics.
D-BOX Technologies Inc. designs, manufactures and commercializes leading-edge motion systems.
With its unique, patented technology, D-BOX Motion Code, motion effects are specifically programmed for each visual content and sent to a motion generating system integrated with either a platform or a seat.
MARIN, the Maritime Research Institute Netherlands, is a leader in hydrodynamic and nautical research and development.
By feeding back the results of advanced research programmes into commercial projects, MARIN has created a powerful synergy with the maritime industry the world over.
PiXYZ Software has more than 10 years of experience optimizing 3D models for complex and numerous industrial use cases. The PiXYZ team are experts and engineers with automotive, software, research, 3D content creation, and VR experience.
The Vortex Studio CAD importer tool is based on their proprietary PiXYZ Studio technology.
Sundog Software, LLC has extensive experience in real-time visual simulation. Sundog Software is familiar with the unique, demanding aesthetic, performance, and compatibility requirements of visual simulation.
Vortex Studio’s real-time Skydome and Ocean are based on Sundog’s Silverlining and Triton technologies.
VT MÄK, also known as MÄK Technologies, develops software for distributed simulation.
DI-Guy is MÄK’s set of software tools for realtime human visualization, simulation and artificial intelligence; Vortex Studio’s human characters are based on the DI-Guy technology. Also, vehicles in MÄK’s VR Engage have been created in Vortex Studio.