VR Toolbox has announced that registered users of any VR Toolbox product is eligible to upgrade to the new VR Worx 2.0 for a special price. VR Worx allows users to easily create, edit, and manage QuickTime VR movies. According to VR Toolbox:
VR Toolbox, Inc.T today officially announced it is offering upgrades to The VR WorxT 2.0 for all registered users of VR Toolbox products. Owners of The VR Worx 1.0 and those who own all three of the stand-alone products are able to upgrade to version 2.0 for only $79.99 + S&H (SRP is $299.99). Upgrade paths for those who own one or two stand-alone products (VR PanoWorxT, VR ObjectWorxT, and/or VR SceneWorxT)can be obtained from firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 1-877-878-6657 toll free.
The VR Worx is VR Toolboxis award-winning suite of authoring tools for QuickTime VRT, and the new version, 2.0, is now available for both MacintoshT and WindowsT platforms. The VR Worx 2.0, which recently had its debut at Macworld Expo in New York, has more features and greater functionality than any other QTVRT authoring tool on the market. MacUser Magazine in the UK named The VR Worx 1.0 runner up for "Best Multimedia Software for 1999." This version is sure to get even greater accolades in the year to come. It creates panoramic movies, object movies and multi-node scenes (a.k.a. virtual tours), all in the QuickTimeT format.
The VR Worx 2.0 has an abundance of new features. One of the more impressive is the ability to generate an Object Movie that has the Object within a Panoramic background, called Object in Pano. And answering a strongly voiced desire on the part of users, version 2.0 is scriptable via AppleScriptT on the MacOST and Visual BasicT scripts on WindowsT. The VR Worx extends its extensive versatility and unparalleled functionality in the realm of Multi-node Scenes, by adding eleven Transitions, including Cross Fade, Wipe, Zoom, Radial and Iris. Those who like to work with large images will be pleased with the ability to Import and Export panoramic images at sizes up to 10,000 x 3,000 pixels. The list goes on with a substantial amount of refinement to an already robust program, as well.
You can find more information about VR Worx, and this upgrade offer, at the VR Toolbox web site.