Engineering Simulations

Engineering simulations differ significantly from computer animations. While computer animations are simply well-choreographed artist’s renditions of particular scenarios that may or may not adhere to fundamental principles of science, engineering simulations are based upon fundamental laws of physics and principles of engineering such that all observed motions within the engineering simulation conform to these laws and principles. As a result, engineering simulations offer robust, reliable visualizations based upon the laws of physics as they apply to each particular scenario. Since our engineers employ both two-dimensional (2D) and three-dimensional (3D) engineering simulations, we are able to offer a host of modeling options to deal with virtually any realistic scenario.