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IDELIX Software Inc. releases Version 3.0 of the PDT software development kit

IDELIX Software Inc. announced the version 3.0 release of the award-winning Pliable Display Technology (PDT) Software Development Kit which features a host of simplified integration options for OEMs and Systems Integrators. Version 3.0 will be ready for distribution July 22 and will add to the growing market traction IDELIX is experiencing with the PDT SDK. PDT represents the future of visualization and in-place user interface design within markets such as Defense, GIS, Photogrammetry and CAD, where the continuity of graphical information within context is critical. Version 3.0 of the PDT SDK is all about making it simple for our developer partners to integrate PDT and to offer their end customers a way to optimize their various data manipulation and viewing tasks. PDT is an information visualization technology that facilitates detail-in-context viewing and data manipulation in 2D and 3D data sets. Awarded by Advanced Imaging Magazine as “Imaging Solution of the Year” and recognized by Cadalyst Magazine in their annual Wow! Awards, PDT is a virtual lens that increases the value of existing tools within host applications by optimizing how you display and interact with high density and multi-layered data. The PDT SDK is platform and data format independent, and written in ANSI C++. PDT can be integrated on platforms such as Linux, IRIX, Windows, Windows CE and Mac OS-X. The PDT SDK 3.0 expands on 2.0 with the addition of .NET and Component Object Model (COM) wrappers. A new vector painting system has also been added to ease the integration of PDT into vector drawing applications. Both OpenGL and non-Open GL rendering solutions are currently available within the PDT SDK, with additional classes for DirectX rendering also included in version 3.0.A Fast Warp renderer component is now included for extremely optimized PDT lens use in memory and CPU constrained applications such as handhelds.