Seeker is an immersive and interactive three dimensional solar simulator for your Windows computer. Experience simulated space flight and travel to, orbit and explore the Sun, Moon, planets, asteroids, and satellites with stunning realism. It's an experience you won't soon forget! With realistic simulated flybys, educational and fun tours, Seeker enlightens and provides a captivating 'edu-tainment' for anyone, young or old, wishing to explore the wonders of our solar system.
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**Running Seeker under Windows Vista
Seeker will not run under Windows Vista until a video driver that supports OpenGL 2.0 or later has been installed. The Microsoft-specific video drivers distributed with the “out of the box” version of Windows Vista support OpenGL 1.1 and not OpenGL 2.0 or later. You must install an OpenGL 2.0-compatible video driver from the video hardware manufacturer first (visit their web page and look for the “Download Drivers” link). Search Windows Vista Help for “manually update drivers” for details about installing video drivers.
See the OpenGL and Video Card Compatibility page for a list of video hardware that Software Bisque used to run Seeker on Windows Vista.
Not all video hardware has Vista-compatible drivers that also support OpenGL 2.0 or later. Check with the video hardware manufacturer to find out if your video card is supported under Windows Vista and supports OpenGL 2.0.
If your video card does not have a Windows Vista driver that supports OpenGL 2.0, then you’ll need to purchase Vista-ready video hardware.
Some computer manufacturers (OEMs) distribute Window Vista with OpenGL 2.0 compatible video hardware and software drivers. Seeker will run on these machines, although you should still always install the latest video drivers on your computer.
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