Apple, IBM offer multimedia tools

October 1995
Macworld;Oct95, Vol. 12 Issue 10, p35
Reports that Kaleida Labs, a company jointly sponsored by Apple and IBM, has shown its ScriptX multimedia tools and programming environment. Ability of ScriptX to let developers create animations that play on Macintosh, Windows, and OS/2 personal computers; Graphical language letting developers add components from a disk, a server, or even the Internet trough a simple file import.


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