3D Features at 3G Mobile Forum
Superscape, specialists in the development of industry standard 3D technology to deliver console quality, over-the-air (OTA) games on mobile phones, will be showing the latest additions to its portfolio at the 3G Mobile World Forum to be held in Tokyo (13-16th January 2004). In addition Dr. Mike Grant, Superscape’s VP Marketing & Strategy, will be joining other international conference speakers to give a paper entitled “Bringing global mobile brands into mobile gaming.” Superscape’s Swerve engine has been selected by such industry giants as Siemens, Samsung and Motorola as their 3D enabling technology of choice.
Superscape is well-placed to discuss this subject: agreements with a number of world class IP (intellectual property) and entertainment companies, including Activision and Sony Pictures Mobile are enabling Superscape to bring internationally recognised branded games to the global wireless marketplace. Early examples of some of these games will be on show in Tokyo. Superscape’s Swerve 3D technology is the world’s first commercially available Mobile 3D Graphics API (JSR 184), the new award-winning international standard ratified by the Java Standards Community for the delivery of 3D on mobile devices. Swerve has also been recently extended to provide support for the BREW platform from Qualcomm. Comprising an engine (Swerve Client), authoring tools (Swerve Studio) and an expending portfolio of games, The first Swerve-enabled handsets are already being shipped in China with others coming to the market early in 2004. Press Release.