Archive for January, 2008

PhotoStage demonstration sessions

Accompanying the release of PhotoStage, we are happy to announce that we will be holding various demonstration sessions on Tuesday 22nd January between 1 am and 9 am SLT.

If you are interested in seeing PhotoStage in action, please contact us on ananke.media.systems@gmail.com to organise the time and place.

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15 January 2008 at 10:50 am Leave a comment

PhotoStage beta testing closing soon

The beta testing phase of PhotoStage is closing this weekend. Many thanks to all those who have helped us identify issues and potential improvements. Oh, and check out the photos that Alaska Metropolitan of Metro Models has been taking with PhotoStage.

In total, 32 individual issues where recorded, most of which were usability annoyances, with suggestions for improvement coming second. Of the 32 issues, 22 have been fixed already, and a new version of PhotoStage (1.0.4 beta) containing these fixes has been made available today to beta testers via automatic updates. PhotoStand is also included in this release, and the online user’s manual has also been updated.

We plan to release the final product next week on SLExchange and OnRez initially. We are also considering the possibility of an inworld store.

11 January 2008 at 11:00 pm Leave a comment

Modelling stand added to PhotoStage

Some of our beta testers have suggsted that PhotoStage should include a modelling stand in the package. Although you can get modelling stands from a number of sources, we agree that bundling one together with PhotoStage completes the product nicely. Therefore, we have developed PhotoStand, a simple modelling stand designed to work together with PhotoStage and PhotoLite.

PhotoStage will come with PhotoStand from the very first moment, and PhotoLite too as soon as it is available. The User’s Manual is already online.

8 January 2008 at 7:46 pm Leave a comment

PhotoStage begins beta testing

Development of PhotoStage has been completed. Today, PhotoStage begins beta testing with a few selected partners, including:

Thank you to all of them! 

Beta testing basically means that different people representing future users test the product in real-life situations and provide feedback for improvements before the product is commercially released.

If you are interested in helping us beta test PhotoStage, please contact us as soon as possible and we will discuss how you can participate.

We expect beta testing to take a couple of weeks. Stay tuned for a final release date.

3 January 2008 at 5:13 am Leave a comment

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