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Quest3D® and related products are developed by Act-3D™.
Based in Leiden, The Netherlands, Act-3D is one of the leading names in real-time virtual-reality application development. Large and small companies, universities, government and defense use its software all over the world.
Act-3D started in 1997 as an animation company producing videos and stills. The introduction of the first 3D graphics accelerator card changed its focus towards custom real-time 3D graphics productions.
Seeing the potential of real-time 3D graphics, Act-3D realized that an of-the-shelf real-time 3D development tool would be a revolutionary step in 3D computer graphics.
In 1998 the first software like Quest3D was born. The tool was used in-house to create productions. When customers saw the impressive power of the tool, investors where queuing up to lift this revolutionary new approach to greater heights.
In 2000 the first test version of what we now know as Quest3D was developed and it was soon ready to hit the market.
Act-3D developed Quest3D in search of a method that would change the way real-time 3D projects where created. Quest3D is not like a programming language and it is not like any other 3D software package, it is a developing method that stands on its own. Act-3D has a quest to make real-time 3D graphics available for more people and to make it more powerful than ever before.
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