Fuzor is the AEC software developed by Kalloc Studios. Kalloc Studios was originally founded as a gaming company in Southern California in 2006 by Henry Yu. Kalloc Studios specialize developing cutting edge technologies in Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality , simulation and data visualization. In 2011 Kalloc Studios was invited to Siggraph for a course on "Filtering Approaches for Real-Time Anti-Aliasing." In 2012 the Studio's "Kalloc Engine" was awarded a Gold Medal at Geneva Inventions for its Live Update System. In 2013, Kalloc Studios began tailoring its patent pending Live Link technology to the Architecture, Engineering and Construction industry and Fuzor was created. Fuzor continues to push the limits in software engineering, creating innovative products that streamlines their workflows.