Little flurry over the shipping at last of Macromedia’s Extreme 3D, the spline-based 3D modelling and animation package. It’s CAD-accurate to 15 decimal places and has a distributed rendering system in which you can use both Mac and PC machines if they’re on the network. We’ve got it out on test as one of the small group of new 3D apps which will, perhaps, rock the Silicon Graphics dominance of this area of graphic design. Price is 550 from Computers Unlimited.
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