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A new version of the Triton Ocean SDK for Windows is now available for download. This latest version includes support for Direct3D9Ex devices, alongside our existing support for Direct3D9, 10,......
The Naval Air Warfare Center, Weapons Division, has purchased a license for the Triton Ocean SDK. We’re really proud that our real-time visual simulation technology for the ocean under specific......
Version 1.21 of the Triton Ocean SDK for Windows is now available. This update includes three main new features: Sample code for Gamebryo Lightspeed 3.2 (Core Runtime) is now included......
Got two minutes to answer ten quick questions? Please take our 2012 user survey! Your input is really important to us, as it helps us figure out how to improve......
In addition to Ubuntu 11, we’ve added binary evaluation packages for the Triton Ocean SDK for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.1 and OpenSUSE at our download page. We’ve also had......
SilverLining 2.30 is now available from our download page. In addition to several bug fixes and better compatibility with a wider range of graphics cards, it also includes substantial performance......
We’ve posted a new video of Triton 1.2 on the Sundog Youtube Channel. Static images don’t really do the new spray effects in 1.2 justice, so a video seemed to......
New release of the Triton Ocean SDK provides fast, realistic water and waves for developers Seattle, WA – November 18, 2011 – Realistic ocean waves with foam and spray as......
Sundog’s founder and principal engineer, Frank Kane, will be at the I/ITSEC conference in Orlando, Florida between November 29 and December 1. If you or your colleagues will be at......
We’re excited to have Triton running on Ubuntu, with full support for OpenCL and CUDA as well as the Intel Integrated Performance Primitives for accelerating the FFT’s that power Triton’s......