Stockholm, Sweden (March 02, 2005)
X3D Support in New WireFusion Version from Demicron
Stockholm, Sweden - March 02, 2005 - Today the
Swedish software developer Demicron® announced the
latest version of its acclaimed Web3D tool WireFusion,
now with support for the new Web3D ISO Standard X3D
format. Demicron, a leading developer of interactive
Java based Web3D solutions, is now shipping WireFusion
4.1 for both Windows and OS X. WireFusion 4.1 is immediately
available for purchase from the Demicron Online Store
Designed for a wide range of users, WireFusion 4.1
allows 3D artists, web developers and programmers to
easily create stunning interactive Web3D presentations
from their X3D and VRML models, and to combine them
with audio, streaming video and Macromedia® Flash
animations. The new version offers several new features
and will surpass other products within the evolving
- "Our strategy has always been to support open
standards like Java and VRML. Therefore, supporting
the new X3D standard was a natural step for us,"
says Stefano de Carolis, Demicron's CEO. "Since
the release of WireFusion 4 and with several global
companies as customers we have proven that WireFusion
is the leading Web3D tool today."
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 4.1 is available in four different editions;
Enterprise ($1995), Professional ($995), Standard ($99)
and Educational ($99). Downloadable trials are available
Demicron develops easy-to-use and high quality Java
software solutions for Web graphics. Founded in 1996,
Demicron is a leading developer of advanced Web3D tools.
Demicron distributes its products via the Internet and
authorized resellers to more than 40 countries around
the world, and with customers including Sony, NASA,
Lockheed Martin, US Coast Guard, AT&T, Siemens,
Casio, Epson, 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