Tech Soft 3D Training
Learn the skills you’ll need to start or elevate your skills-base at one of our regularly-scheduled standard and advanced workshops, or with a custom training session at your development center.
Our comprehensive workshops combine three days of traditional software training and programming exercises with one day of personalized assistance to resolve issues or create a custom prototype. You’ll leave our trainings energized and prepared to apply our toolkits to your unique application concept.
For information about this training course or to register, please contact us
HOOPS Visualize Intro:
This Application Development Workshop explains toolkit architecture, API organization, main programming concepts and how to optimize implementation of common features.
The following basic skills are required:
- Ability to program in the C/C++ language,
- Basic familiarity with Microsoft Visual C++ development environment (all exercises and class materials are presented within the Windows environment),
- Basic familiarity with the concept of a scene-graph,
- Awareness of computer graphics fundamentals such as the z-buffer algorithm, tessellated vs. boundary-representative (B-rep) geometry, matrix transforms, etc.,
- Have reviewed TS3D "Getting Started Guides."
HOOPS Visualize Advanced:
HOOPS Visualize includes many advanced capabilities to improve your application’s competitiveness. This advanced session is for HOOPS Visualize developers who want to maximize the full power of these breakthrough releases and overall functionality. Particular emphasis is placed on performance optimization and advanced rendering.
HOOPS Exchange Overview:
Review the three primary API’s and how to Import CAD Data, Map B-Rep Geometry and use 3D PDF Publishing.
Customized Training Workshops:
We’ll bring our customized, three-day training workshops to your workplace, or as part of a Consulting Package.
Please Note: Tech Soft 3D reserves the right to cancel classes if minimum enrollments are not met. Any cancellations will be made at least 3 weeks in advance of the scheduled course.
Don't just take our word for it…
"It was interesting due to the examples, and because the developers were able to explain things on many different levels. Whenever I had a related, tangential question, you guys could talk about them...learning about HOOPS was great!"
Brian Stinar, Flow Science Inc.