Ideas From the Deep
has put the call out for a limited number of end users to help them test a new video conferencing application for the Mac.
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Testers for the new application need to have a Mac with at least a G3 processor, Mac OS 9 or X, 64MB RAM, a working video camera and microphone, and an Internet connection.
“Testing will be performed on a pre-alpha build of the software, and while we feel the risk is minimal at best, there may be system difficulties (crashes, system lock-ups, etc). Therefore, testers must be willing to suffer adverse effects due to the nature of the software,” said Ideas From the Deep president Lane Roathe. “This application is being developed by a third party and IFD will be unable to provide support for the application, and will only accept bug reports as feedback.”
If you qualify for the test and you’re interested, please
fill out a form. Ideas From the Deep said that all information will be treated confidentially.
Ideas From the Deep was originally founded in 1987 and reborn in 2001. Headed by former Logicware and Monkey Byte Development boss Lane Roathe, the company is an independent developer and publisher that also contributes to open source efforts like HexEdit and OpenPlay.