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April 1, 2000 Show:
3D Graphics and More Guest:
has a wide range of products designed to make your computer experience more enjoyable and entertaining. Melissa Wolfe from Play, goes over Amorphium and Gizmos Mega-Pak. Amorphium is a 3D graphics program that is powerful enough that it is used at Hollywood studios, yet easy enough that even non-artists can create incredible 3D graphics and animated GIFs. Gizmos Mega-Pak includes a variety of features to spice up your computer (ike the Color Organ-play a favorite music CD and let the colors roll) or just make it easier (the Electronic Paper Calculator-for balancing the check book or whatever). The Mega-Pak has a profusion of products to entice you.
Play, Inc.April 1, 2000 interview
March 6, 1999 Show:
Computer Tidbits Guest:
Gizmos 98 is a suite of breakthrough tools designed to fix a number of deficiencies in Microsoft’s Windows 95, 98 and NT operating systems, while also adding several essential new functions.
Ben Yoder from Play Inc. addresses the four areas of Windows Play felt were most in need of help-- file security, picture management, desktop accessories, and visual entertainment.
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