Athile Technologies represents the software engineering work headed by Arthur Winters, focusing primarily on building well-designed, elegantly coded graphics and simulation software libraries for the desktop, web-based, and mobile platforms.
The current active projects at Athile Technologies are:
- LxEngine, an open-source simulation and visualization engine in the early stages of development
- GLGeom, an open-source C++ template math and geometry library building upon the OpenGL Mathematics Library (GLM)
Athile Technologies is available for consulting and freelance work. We focus primarily on C++ code in the area of graphics and visualization, but are open to explore almost any area of software development. Contact us for more information.
Athile Technologies aims to deliver well-designed, elegant, and self-documenting code that is based on clearly defined, proven standards and established, quality third-party code. The focus at Athile Technologies is on delivering technology that can be used immediately: software that does not require extensive training in its quirks and idiosyncrasies to become an expert. It is designed to be efficient, high performance software that works intuitively.
Athile Technologies keeps its code base open-source and avoids taking the protectionist approach of creating 'artificial' intellectual property through obscure data formats or un-intuitive behavior. The open approach benefits the clients as they have complete control over both their software and their data. Contact us if you think this is the kind of group that could help you achieve your goals in the way you want them achieved.
- LxEngine - an open-source, C++ SDK aimed at developing visualization applications
- GLGeom - an open-source, C++ template math and geometry library extending the OpenGL Mathematics Library (GLM)
- Library - A collection of wiki pages of varying degrees of quality and finish used internally by Athile Technologies
About the Site
The athile.net wiki is used by athile technologies both as the front page for the company as well as for the perpetual work-in-progress wiki pages that contain project information and reference information.
Visitors should expect to find a wide variety of content, both in terms of topics and quality, reflecting the dynamic nature of technology and research in active development. Comments, suggestions, and questions on any such content are always welcome.