Welcome to REGLabs
A software development company
REGLabs is a small software company founded in 2004 in Tallinn, Estonia. Our main goal
is to create high quality desktop products targeted mainly on Windows shareware and freeware market. We are
mostly working on graphics and game related projects.
The latest version of AGM Studio will be live-tested at the Tallinn University of Technology! Department of Computer Engineering students will use the studio for research and educational purposes during the following spring semester. Testing will mostly cover the Simulator, which was significantly improved, and the Flip-Flop Remover. The SSMIBDD Converter is still not hundred percent complete, but the release of stable version is scheduled for the early to mid spring.
We are pleased to announce the release of DVision 3.2.0 which is now a complete freeware! This version introduces a lot of new features and improvements. Some of them are listed below:
• Added support for unicode file names
• Thumbnail view in File Browser
• Model Statistics panel became more informative
• Toggle on/off separate scene objects rendering
• New 3D tools added
• New file formats support
• Engine stability increased
• Added double-sided materials support
...and lots more! Download now!
May 8th, 2010
Gorky-17 DAT Packer is finally ready and is available for download. Both the US and European format versions supported. Together with Gorky-17 DAT Extractor it makes a complete moding tool-set for Gorky-17/Odium game. DAT format is quite easy to understand so it is also a good choice for any demomaking project. Don't hesitate to send us your feedback or any suggestions you may have!
April 8th, 2010
Our partnership with Tallinn University of Technology Department of Computer Engineering (ati.ttu.ee) resulted in creation of AGM Studio. It is a powerful set of tools for fault simulation and manipulation with your AGM circuits. For now AGM Studio includes AGM Converter (used for netlist to SSMIBDD conversion), AGM Simulator (simulator for netlist, SSBDD and SSMIBDD models), and Flip-flop Remover (removes Delay flip-flops from the circuits).
September 30th, 2009
The final version of Gorky-17 DAT Extractor is being released and is available for
download. This update combines both European and US file readers with
automatic country detection, plus some cosmetic and functional fixes were also made.
New major update for DVision is soon to be released. It will consist of some brand new features as well as updates, including Unicode file names support, thumbnail viewer, extended multithreading, improved memory management, new tools, new file formats support, and lots more. We also plan to make an interesting proposal to all our users, so stay tuned! To stay in touch with us you can follow us on Twitter.
June 4th, 2009
I started a side project to port REG Engine to Java platform. All details and current
status can be found on the REGEJ page. Work on REG Engine itself
and DVision also continues. Some serious improvements were made to the memory manager
which greatly fasten most plug-in operations.
October 24th, 2008
Latest DVision 3 update is available! DVision 3.1.0 can be downloaded from the Products section as usual. It is a rather huge update with lots of fixes and improvements based mostly on user feedback. This version includes the following major changes:
• Totally redesigned 2D viewing system. It is now much faster and precise.
• 2D editing tools added
• Animation AVI Recorder added
• Better file handling
• Lots of UI and usability improvements
• Interface Custmization support
• Plug-In Manager updated to increase processing speed
• New file formats support (see Formats section for details)
• Landscape Generator plug-in fixed and updated
• Print/Print Preview is fixed and updated
• Other bug fixes
February 4th, 2008
We have got a new domain! REGLabs headquarter now resides on www.reglabs.eu. All e-mails including product and technical support have been changed to new ones. Refer to the Contact section for details.
DVision is still holding the second place by popularity in 3D Modeling and CAD on cnet.de. Way to go!!!
January 23rd, 2008
January 6th, 2008
Happy new year everyone! We would like to thank you all for your feedback! Work on DVision continues and some critical updates have already been made according to your response (this includes absolutely new 2D viewing system, new file formats support, 2D editing tools, better file handling, some bug fixes, and more).
DVision is now also available for download on the CNET's VersionTracker. So if you would like you can leave any feedback here.