|Description||3D browser Game Creation|
|Series A, 2/10 |
SK Telecom Ventures
Sim Ops Studios, Inc., a spin-off from Carnegie Mellon University, with a development office in Pittsburgh, PA and is currently building out its management team and headquarters in the San Francisco Bay Area. The team consists of creative and motivated engineers, designers, and product managers with backgrounds from the online entertainment field, game development, and new technology development. The company’s competitive advantage comes from a unique expertise in building easy to use platforms for 3D game development based on years of R&D within Carnegie Mellon University.
Sim Ops Studios has developed Wild Pockets, a new technology platform that enables anyone to easily create fully interactive, collaborative 3D worlds that run in a web browser.
|Launch Date||January 1, 2008|
Code3D virtual training software lets you create your own interactive 3D worlds. Instructors in firefighting, Haz Mat, Law Enforcement, and Emergency Response can construct highly realistic situations and environments, where students can safely prepare for real-world risks and decision making.
Creating and using scenarios is intuitive and easy, making Code3D the ideal tool for:
Create: We supply the library of 3D objects, you supply the imagination. Simulate a wide variety of burning buildings, chemical spills, gas leaks, train derailments, car accidents, and many other emergency and hazardous situations. You can start with blank terrains, pre-built environments, or one of our pre-built scenarios. With Code3D, you can create a training drill in as little as 30 minutes.
Control: Train for dangerous situations without limitations. You decide what happens, where it happens, and guide students on how to respond. The intuitive controls make it easy to save, replay, edit, and share scenarios with others.
Experience: Trainees actually “walk” through scenarios in real time, with a real-world perspective. It’s the next best thing to being there, and in some cases, it’s even better, because with Code3D, there’s no danger and no risk involved.