ImaGen is the ideal platform for demanding simulation applications such as flight and driving trainers. With ImaGen, developers can quickly and easy integrate the latest graphics technology into their training systems.
An ImaGen real-time COTS IG can be custom-configured to address a broad range of price/performance requirements – from single-channel systems to large, multi-channel Gen-locked IG platforms. ImaGen systems feature the latest Quadro and GeForce graphics cards from NVIDIA.
ImaGen supports a wide range of 3D visualization software, such as Diamond Visionics GenesisIG, Presagis Vega Prime, OpenSceneGraph, OpenGL and OpenGL Performer. ImaGen solutions running GenesisIG are specially designed and fully optimized for multi-channel applications.
Any number of ImaGen visual servers can be linked together to produce a single, unified output image to any desired level of photorealism. The power of individual ImaGen servers can be assigned to render specific subsets of an image in parallel. ImaGen supports a variety of image combining modes such as sample division for anti-aliasing, time division, image division, eye division and volume division for large rendering applications.
Commercial and military flight, maritime and driving simulators require multiple displays to provide photorealistic views of an environment as seen from a cockpit, window or control panel. ImaGen genlock functionality enables synchronization with standard video signal formats or house-sync signals providing a powerful solution for display, video briefing and compositing.
Concurrent and Diamond Visionics have partnered to offer ImaGen platforms integrated with GenesisIG software. ImaGen Powered by GenesisIG is a truly unique image generation solution for the training industry — a powerful 4-channel IG with 4K resolution in a single, 4U enclosure. Solutions are also available in 1, 2 and 3-channel versions.
Diamond Visionics’ GenesisIG rendering software allows you to ingest and run raw GIS source data quickly. ImaGen Powered by GenesisIG provides ultra-smooth rendering performance at Mach speeds while reducing IG cost, footprint and power consumption.