08.21.2006 12:00 AM
Viz|Curious Deliver New Mapping and Graphics Capabilities
Viz|Curious Software has completed the integration of its World Maps package with the Microsoft Virtual Earth platform and will be showing a full working version at IBC.

The resulting platform enables broadcasters to use aerial imagery and other technology from Virtual Earth through Viz|Curious World Maps. The new software provides Viz|Curious Software customers with access to the kind of distribution scale only Microsoft can provide and allows them to distribute content across multiple platforms, including TV, web and mobile.
Curious Software professional products are all based on a generic multilayered animation engine, designed to accelerate the creation of the highest quality graphics. In June 2005, Vizrt Ltd., a provider of real-time 2D, acquired Curious Software and 3D broadcast graphics.

Viz|Curious and Vizrt will be in Stand 2.219.

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