Stockholm, Sweden (May 18, 2004)
DEMICRON ANNOUNCES WIREFUSION 4.0
WireFusion Allows Web Developers to Combine Plug-in
Free Web3D and Flash
Stockholm, Sweden - May 18, 2004 - Today the
Swedish software developer Demicron® (www.demicron.com)
announced the latest version of its acclaimed web graphics
tool, WireFusion. Demicron, a world leader in
Web3D, is now shipping WireFusion 4.0, which has even
more focus on the Web3D market than its forerunners.
Designed for a wide range of users, WireFusion 4 enables
programmers, web developers and 3D artists to easily
create stunning interactive Web3D presentation and combine
them with audio, streaming video and Macromedia®
Flash animations. The new version offers an exclusive
selection of new features and will surpass other products
within the evolving Web3D market.
"WireFusion 4 represents Demicron's next step
in the expanding Web3D tools market. Ever since the
introduction of Web3D features for WireFusion 2 in 2001,
Demicron has been a serious player in this segment,
and now we are strengthening our position even more,"
said Stefano de Carolis, Demicron's CEO.
More information on WireFusion 4:
Homepage visitors can view presentations created with
WireFusion in all cross-platform Java 1.1 enabled browsers.
This means that no extra downloads or frequent updates
are needed for viewing WireFusion 3D, 2D, Video and
Flash presentations on the Internet.
Pricing and availability
WireFusion 4 is available for the Windows platform in
four different editions; Enterprise ($1990), Professional
($990), Standard ($99) and Educational ($99). Downloadable
trials are available from www.demicron.com/download.
Mac OS X and Linux versions will be available in June,
Demicron is a Swedish company that develops easy-to-use
and high quality Java software solutions for Web graphics.
Founded in 1996, Demicron is a leading developer of
advanced Web3D product simulation tools for the Web.
Demicron distributes its products to more than 40 countries
around the world, and with customers and users including
Intel, AT&T, Casio, HP/Compaq, Pioneer, OMEGA, Swatch,
Bang&Olufsen, Matsushita Electric Works and DYMO.
The company is headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden.
Stefano de Carolis
phone +46-8-564 869 52 (Sweden)
fax +46-8-564 869 51 (Sweden)
172 68 Sundbyberg