INT and OpenSpirit are to jointly develop an OpenSpirit-enabled 3D Viewer. INT president, Olivier Lhemann said “Our goal is to bring economical 3D visualization to the desktop. We want to provide components to developers in the E&P industry that allow them to produce better, more affordable and maintainable applications in less time.”
OpenSpirit CEO Neil Buckley added “The rich set of development tools offered by INT, together with the OpenSpirit Application Integration Framework, handle the complex task of visualization and data integration, freeing the software developer to focus on improved algorithms for finding reserves.”
Written in Java, the viewer will offer platform-independent support for 3D visualization of well, seismic and interpretation data. The viewer will be distributed as a free utility within the OpenSpirit runtime.
This article originally appeared in Oil IT Journal 2001 Issue # 6.
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