GOLDEN, COLORADO, 17 May, 2006 - Golden Software is excited to announce the release of Voxler, a new 3D data visualization software program. Voxler takes raw complex 3D data and models it in a rich, interactive, and visual environment.

Data is displayed in an unprecedented variety of 3D images, including volume rendering, isosurfaces, contours, three dimensional slices, orthographic and oblique images, scatter plots, stream lines, and vector plots. Every effort has been made to design the user-interface so it is intuitive and easy-to-use, even for the novice user.

Voxler supports importing data from a multitude of sources, including ASCII data, Surfer GRD, DEM, HDR, IMG, and IV formats. This makes it easier than ever to visualize your data without being limited by format compatibility. Voxler also boasts 18 export formats, including IV, TIF, BMP, and JPG. Once users display their 3D data in the most meaningful and informative way, they can easily import it into their presentations and reports.

Gary Rice, president of GeoFrontiers and a Voxler Beta Tester says "Overall, a great piece of software. The abilities to rotate displays and adjust transparency are awesome."

Additional features include the ability to add axes to the image, add a bounding box to show the limits of the data, easily filter data to eliminate anomalies or duplicate points, perform calculations on the data, and rotate, slice, and dissect the image in real-time by simply dragging the mouse.

Voxler is written for use with Windows 2000 and XP and is now available at a retail price of $359.

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