Atomic Motion Systems and Blueflame Digital announce commercial launch of Actuate Motion Software
5 November 2018
Atomic Motion Systems and Blueflame Digital, a specialist developer of training software, have today released to the market Actuate Motion, a next generation motion software, to support Atomic’s A-series motion simulators.
James Milne, MD of Atomic Motion Systems, said “since 2010, our Simphynity software has been a pivotal part of the A-series’ success, providing the link between the software game and the simulator. The VR market is changing rapidly and, in order to respond to the growing range of technology and ever ambitious projects of our customers, we have partnered with a professional software house to deliver a motion software that will set the standard for simulation in the years to come and provide users of our A-series simulators with an intuitive, adaptable and customisable system.”
Dan Hatch, Director at Blueflame Digital, and the architect of Actuate Motion said “we first used the Atomic A3 in 2016 and developed our own interface to support our driver training programme. Since then, the rapid expansion of VR and motion simulators has lead to a demand for a modern 64 bit plug-in architecture, one that can respond to the exciting and innovative uses of motion VR. Actuate Motion is the result of Blueflame and Atomic’s combined experience and delivers a software that fulfils the stringent criteria of the software content creator, as well as the simplicity required by a VR Arcade or home game player. I am looking forward to supporting Atomic’s customers with this exciting venture”.
About Atomic Motion Systems
Established in 2009, UK based Atomic Motion Systems design and manufacture durable ultra-compact full motion simulators for the entertainment and training industries.
About Blueflame Digital
Blueflame Digital produce engaging software that educates and entertains. They use 3D games, Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality to create visualisations, experiences and simulations. They’ve recently produced games in the rail industry for Arriva Trains Wales and Siemens, as well as full motion driving simulators for the emergency services in the UK, Abu Dhabi and Bangladesh.
Atomic Motion Systems
Tina Szucs, Business Manager
Dan Hatch, Director & Programmer