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HyperChem is a sophisticated molecular modeling environment that is known for its quality, flexibility, and ease of use. Uniting 3D visualization and animation with quantum chemical calculations, molecular mechanics, and dynamics, HyperChem puts more molecular modeling tools at your fingertips than any other Windows program.
About Hypercube, Inc.
Hypercube, Inc. is a scientific software company, incorporated in 1985, specializing in molecular modeling software. We believe ourselves to be the world leader in making serious molecular modeling accessible to chemists everywhere -- researchers and students alike.
Our principal product is HyperChem, noted for its ease of use, extensive functionality, and modest price. Our most important platform is Microsoft Windows; HyperChem, on a PC under Windows, has the largest number of installations of any full-featured molecular modeling program.
About HyperChem Professional 8.0
HyperChem Release 8.0 is the newest Windows member of the HyperChem Family. Computational methods include molecular mechanics, molecular dynamics, and semi-empirical and ab-initio molecular orbital methods, as well as density functional theory. HyperChem Data and HyperNMR are included as part of HyperChem. New features are continually added and include elegant Open GL rendering, TNDO, RM1, Charmm protein simulations, molecules in magnetic fields, interfaces to third-party applications, calculations of structure, spectra, rate constants and much more. HyperChem is applicable to macromolecules as well as small molecules and is scriptable.
What's new in Release 8.0.9 of HyperChem for Windows
The principal new functionality of this release is its ability to act as a Personal Server (PS) for iPhones, iPods, and iPads. The Network dialog box has been enhanced to display the current IP to be used by the mobile device as well as the allowing the PS user to enter a login ID and Password to be used by the mobile device. In addition, the dislog allows the PS user to restrict the scripts that can be executed by the mobile device. This allows the PS user to set up educational experiments for students with mobile devices.
Known Problems in 8.0.9
For some graphics cards and/or drivers NURBS (non-uniform ration B-splines) seem not to function and hence the display of thick and thin ribbons (the default for beta sheets and turns) is faulty. The only way we have been able to fix this is to use a different graphics card. Nvidia seem generally better than ATI.
Fixes and Changes to 8.0.8 in 8.0.9
- Fix to an error that cropped up in copying screen images to the clipboard.
- Addition of functionality for iPad interaction with Personal Server.
- Update for third-party applications and scripting
- New and Updated On-line Help.
- Fixed TNDO display of vibrational symmetries.
- Fix of PM3 beta-p parameter for Tungsten.
- Error in reporting MP2 gradient for HyperGauss fixed.
- HyperGauss Transition State Search improved (was having trouble opening integral file).
- Error in HCCrystal module when "Edit Atom Data" called and Put operation failed is fixed.
- HTMLHelp(*.CHM) files as alternative to older WinHelp for HCData, HCNMR, and HCCrystal.
- New HSV header file for CDK requiring new compilation for programs using HAPI.
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