Walthan, MA (PRWEB) February 28, 2012
Advanced Visual Systems (OTC Pink: AVSC) has released AVS/Express 8.0, a data visualization tool used in technical and academic fields for exploring and analyzing large volumes of complex information. The release marks an eighteen year anniversary for AVS/Express, which is widely recognized for its broad adoption across industries, study areas and user classes. Information on the latest edition of AVS/Express can be found at http://www.avs.com/express8/.
As with previous releases of AVS/Express, Edition 8.0 continues the trend of providing extremely sophisticated techniques for individual researchers and software developers to visualize advanced data formats that are frequently found in the world of engineering, manufacturing, geophysics, energy discovery and government.
AVS/Express is most frequently utilized to render advanced 3D models and is highly respected for its configurable and easy-to-use programming interface. The software is offered in four different versions that are supported on a sweeping list of platforms that can capitalize on parallel processing techniques to optimize rendering performance.
For more information about Advanced Visual Systems visit http://www.avs.com or contact AVS via info(at)avs(dot)com or (781) 890-4300.
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