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Beta Testers

  • To: mathgroup at smc.vnet.net
  • Subject: [mg53757] Beta Testers
  • From: bwilson at splinex.com (Bary Wilson)
  • Date: Wed, 26 Jan 2005 04:37:04 -0500 (EST)
  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com

Subject: [mg53757]      Beta Testers Wanted
Author:       Bary Wilson
Organization: Splinex Technology Inc.

Splinex Technology is looking for beta testers for a full featured
dynamic 3D visualization toolset for Mathematica. The toolset is
codenamed Nevis, and it allows full motion 3D with full camera
function, as well as color, lighting, textures, transparency,
animation, visualization of spreadsheet data, and animation functions.


To participate, you must have Mathematica 5.x.running in MS Windows. 
(Mathematica 4.x compatibility is expected in about 30 days.)

If you are interested in beta testing Nevis for Mathematica, or would
like more information about the beta test program, please contact 
Bary Wilson at bwilson at splinex.com. 

Please provide some information about your interests and application
area for Mathematica.

 
Product information about Mathematica and other Mathematica-related
products and services can be obtained by contacting info at wolfram.com


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