This table outlines the fundamental differences between Okino's NuGraf and
PolyTrans software products. NuGraf is the 'elder brother' of the more universally well known PolyTrans program.
It has a fuller user interface designed for those that wish to spend more time within the software whereas the PolyTrans
user interface was designed to be quite simple to learn and use. The PolyTrans user interface is basically the "Beginner Mode"
of the NuGraf software. Okino only develops one program, NuGraf, but derives PolyTrans for ease of customer use.
NuGraf was primarily designed to import/process/convert/view/render 3D data from all MCAD, DCC and VisSim 3D file formats,
as well as to handle the world's largest of largest MCAD files, such as ultra-huge
oil & gas rigs, LNG trains, 3D plants, etc. To read about the current main and shared feature list of both programs, please
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More extensive user interface for 3D model manipulation, camera control, light manipulation and general ease of us. Split as 'Beginner' and 'Expert' modes.
Data-centric system plug-in architecture which allows any type of third party plug-in module to be created and tightly integrated into the PolyTrans or NuGraf user interface (menus, custom toolbars, MDI document windows, .NET-style docking windows, Selector Window via panels, roll-up windows, and many more integration methods.
Full featured OpenGL support, including NVIDIA & ATI pixel shaders, texture caches, transparency, gradated color backgrounds, real-time cubical & spherical mapping, bump mapping, and more. View the optons online: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
Photo-realistic scanline rendering and material editors (migrated from NuGraf to PolyTrans)