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'''SceneMachines''' was formed in early 2002, and were acquired as a subsiduary of [[Gameware Development]] in August 2004 (''see [[history]]''). They develop tools for developers to create 3D mobile applications; as of January 2005 there is no known application of these to the [[Creatures series]], although according to the acquisition press release ''"a mobile version of Creatures [is] high on the priority list"''.
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[[Image:Scenemachines.png|left|SceneMachines]]'''SceneMachines''' was formed in early 2002, and were acquired as a subsidary of [[Gameware Development]] in August 2004 (''see [[history]]''). They develop tools for developers to create 3D mobile applications; as of January 2005 there is no known application of these to the [[Creatures series]], although according to the acquisition press release ''"a mobile version of Creatures [is] high on the priority list"''.
  
 
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==External links==
 
==External links==
*[http://www.scenemachines.com/ SceneMachines homepage]
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*[https://web.archive.org/web/20040923042215/http://scenemachines.com/ SceneMachines homepage] (archived, September 2004)
*[http://www.gamewaredevelopment.co.uk/forums/showthread.php?t=191 Press release detailing the acquisition]
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*[https://web.archive.org/web/20050123182239/http://www.gamewaredevelopment.co.uk/forums/showthread.php?t=191 Press release detailing the acquisition] (archived)
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[[Category:Companies]]

Latest revision as of 05:08, 29 October 2016

SceneMachines

SceneMachines was formed in early 2002, and were acquired as a subsidary of Gameware Development in August 2004 (see history). They develop tools for developers to create 3D mobile applications; as of January 2005 there is no known application of these to the Creatures series, although according to the acquisition press release "a mobile version of Creatures [is] high on the priority list".

Products include:

  • LivingPicture - use a single digital image to create a lip-synched, animated character in seconds; this character can then be used as an email greeting or talking web page host
  • InfiniteScene SDK - develop more sophisticated applications such as avatars linked to text-to-speech engines to create an intelligent web host that can draw information from a database and answer questions or even lead an e-learning course

Known employees at the time of acquisition were General Manager David Hothersall and US Operations Manager Nancy Stolfo-Corti.

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