Wednesday, 16 May 2007

F# for Visualization moved into beta release

With our current push to provide better visualization libraries for scientists on the .NET platform, we have moved our library into commercial beta release:

http://www.ffconsultancy.com/products/fsharp_for_visualization/

As the demos on that page show, the library already allows real-time interactive visualization of static 3D scenes. We'll be uploading our first dynamic demo later today and we hope to showcase our hardware-accelerated LaTeX/MathML and 2D vector graphics engine by the end of next week. Then we can start on Silverlight integration.

The F# programming language is allowing us to develop at a tremendous speed.

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