Any number of ImaGen visual servers can be linked together to produce a single, unified output image to any desired level of photorealism. The power of individual ImaGen servers can be assigned to render specific subsets of an image in parallel. ImaGen supports a variety of image combining modes such as sample division for anti-aliasing, time division, image division, eye division and volume division for large rendering applications.
Commercial and military flight, maritime and driving simulators require multiple displays to provide photorealistic views of an environment as seen from a cockpit, window or control panel. ImaGen genlock functionality enables synchronization with standard video signal formats or house-sync signals providing a powerful solution for display, video briefing and compositing.