Eon Studio from EON Reality Integrates Newest 3D CAD and DCC Converter Technology from Okino Computer Graphics

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Ongoing 5 Year Licensing Partnership Brings Newest Releases of Top Named 3D CAD and DCC Converters to EON RealityÂ?s Next Release of EON Studio.

At Siggraph 2004 Okino Computer Graphics, a leading provider of 3D data translation and photo-realistic rendering, visualization solutions to the enterprise Fortune 1000 market for over a decade, announced today that the next generation of EON Reality’s “Studio” software will integrate the newest releases of specific Okino industry standard importers, including SolidWorks 2005, DWG 2005 (with ACIS solids support), Autodesk Inventor 9, Lightwave 8, IGES 5.3 and XGL (for CAD), in addition to its long term support and very stable releases to EON Studio customers of 3D Studio .3ds, DXF, ProE SLP, Softimage-3D, STL, USGS DEM, VRML2 and the full Wavefront OBJ implementation.

“Okino’s major CAD, DCC and VisSim importers have been shipping with EON’s Studio software since 1999 and bring a decade of mature and stable 3D converters from Okino to the EON user base,” said Robert Lansdale, president and CEO of Okino Computer Graphics, Inc. “EON Reality has been the leading innovator and provider of real-time visualization and industrial training software. I am pleased that our PolyTrans 3D data translation technology has been chosen over these 5 years as an integral part of this EON Studio solution. PolyTrans acts as a universal conversion pipeline, allowing complex CAD, DCC and VisSim datasets from the enterprise or other data sources to be easily and transparently re-purposed for direct and clean import into EON Studio software."

"Okino has been an integral part of EON's product strategy for the past 5 years. With the high quality and accurate translators provided by Okino we look forward to continuing this partnership for many years to come, serving our customer's needs," said Mats W. Johansson, President, EON Reality.

About Okino Computer Graphics

Founded in 1991 (Toronto, Canada), with development starting in 1988, Okino Computer Graphics, Inc. is an industry leader in the development and deployment of 3D data re-purposing software that allows professional 3D software users to intelligently and accurately convert/view/render/modify 3D data and assets between most major CAD, DCC and VisSim software packages. Okino software is used the world over by all major Fortune 1000 companies, production studios, and 3D content creation, game development, CAD, engineering and product design companies.

About EON Reality, Inc.

EON Reality, Inc. is the world's leading interactive visual content management software provider. EON's powerful software solutions are helping companies increase sales, communicate product functionality more effectively and decrease the cost of service, training and technical support. EON's products have a high level of interactivity, simulation realism, rendering quality and integrated data exchange capability optimized for high performance on today's standard PCs and Internet. Several large corporations such as Office Depot, Suzuki, Dell, Lexmark, Canon, Hon, Samsung, Shimano, Audi, Nokia and Bank of America are using EON's software solutions. For more information about EON Reality, Inc., please visit http://www.eonreality.com or contact us via e-mail at marketing@EONreality.com or call 949 460 2000.

Attention editors. This document, as well as screen snapshots and related documents for the press, can be obtained electronically by visiting http://www.okino.com/press/magpics.html

NuGraf and PolyTrans are registered trademarks of Okino Computer Graphics, Inc. Okino is a trademark of Okino Computer Graphics, Inc. EON Reality is a registered trademark of Eon Reality, Inc. and Windows are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corp. in the United States and/or other countries. All other branded names, product names, or trademarks belong to their respective holders.

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