Cyberworld International Corp. says that it’ll develop its products to support Mac OS X. Cyberworld develops tools that can be used to create rich media — including 3D content — for the Web.
Cyberworld says that its products enable Web content producers to integrate multimedia into a 3D environment without modeling and without significant programming.
Noting that Mac users are known for appreciating graphical excellence, Cyberworld senior director Michael Seymour said that his company is looking forward to supporting the Mac.
“Web developers will immediately see how seamlessly Cyberworld incorporates varying types of graphics, media (and media players) in their natural form,” said Seymour.
Cyberworld said that during the development of Mac OS X native tools, the Browser and Builder products would be available to Mac users who use Virtual PC, Connectix’s PC emulation software. No specific release schedule for Mac OS X-compatible tools was offered.