|News New releases, announcements, updates|
2 February 2011 - New Chrono::Engine web site
|A new web site for the Chrono::Engine library is available. The old www.deltaknowledge.com/chronoengine address is not used anymore. Look at http://www.chronoengine.info for updates, news and other info about the Chrono::Engine library.|
10 July 2008 - New major release of Chrono::Engine
|A new release of the Chrono::Engine library is available for download. The number of research centers and software programmers that use the Chrono::Engine SDK to develop simulation software is increasing.|
25 March 2008 - Email addresses changed
2 May 2007 - Chrono::R3D released!
The Chrono::R3D plugin has been released!
Based on the powerful Chrono::Engine physical simulation library, this plugin can be used to perform simulations of mechanisms, multibody analysis, complex collision simulations, real-time animation of vehicles, and so on, as shown in the gallery of animations.
See the Chrono::R3D web pages for a detailed description.
Go to this web page for download and shopping.
Note that Chrono::R3D requires an installed copy of Realsoft3D v.5 to work.
1 May 2007 - Revolution4D released! (for free!)
The Revolution4D plugin has been released!
Thank to the powerful OpenCASCADE geometric kernel, this plugin allows importing complex STEP and IGES models into Realsoft3D. Also, some tools for B-rep modeling (3D filleting, sewing, chamfers, booleans, etc.) are provided, though experimental and in beta stage.
See the Revolution4D web pages for a detailed description.
The Revolution4D plugin is a free software, and requires an installed copy of Realsoft3D v.5 to work.
15 April 2007 - New Deltaknowledge site
This Deltaknowledge site has been renewed, with a new look
and with new pages.
For example, there is a new gallery showing the latest examples of Chrono::R3D plugin.
Also, the Chrono plugin has been renamed as Chrono::R3D, and the coresponding web pages have been updated, since the public release is around the corner.
1 February 2007 - Chrono::Engine web site and licensing
We prepared a stand-alone site for the Chrono::Engine
project. This is a new C++ library for developing physical simulation software.
For example, the Chrono::R3D plugin is based on Chrono::Engine.
Inside the new Chrono::Engine site programmers can get news, documentation, downloads, specific for that library. The Chrono::Engine will be released FREE for non-commerical use.