Thursday, July 14, 2011

Announcing "Soarin" Simulation

Hey everybody!

We have exciting news to share with you! Our new team member Josh Stauffer (webmaster/founder of Dorneyonline.com) have been working hard behind the scenes on a new simulation experience that will be joining our Simulation pallet!



This new experience will not be needing Flash to play. Thanks to the new coding of HTML5 web development allows for no help from Flash but still keeping the animation/interactivity still intact!

What's New?

- No Flash needed:
This is a interesting move for us to test to see how the simulation development process differs from creating under the Adobe Flash Program as well keeping the same quality and feel of Themagical experience.

- HTML5 coding: Since Flash isn't going to be the foundation of this simulation, the foundation will be the coding that creates websites. This new form of website coding will help us achieve the interactivity that you are used to with our current simulations and as well our *mobile/ gaming platforms users will be able to try too. (*Note: Simulation may differ from the PC experience when using mobile/gaming platforms browsers.)

- Browser Recommendation: Firefox 5 , Safari 5 : Currently, the simulation is running better in the coding rendering performance in Firefox 5 and Safari 5. For Windows Vista/7, IE 9 isn't optimized quite yet for the simulation but it does render HTML5 seamlessly. Windows XP users IE8 will not work/render properly, it may cause PC lock ups/computer hangs.

- Reliable Performance: For *mobile users will be happy to know that when playing the game, you'll see if any battery drainage or no affects of battery drain. This is great on long play for couple of hours. Not only mobile users but PC experience will notice that smoother rendering and performance while playing in their browser verses using a Flash Player. (*Note: Simulation may be not available on all smartphone devices and may see some issues to access the webpage on unsupported devices.)




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More details of this beta testing/public release as the months ahead.

Thanks for reading!

Reighard

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