Runtime Revolution Joins Graphics Industry Leaders to Sponsor Renderosity Holiday Art Contest

Lynn Fredricks lynn at
Fri Dec 22 12:43:44 EST 2006

Runtime Revolution Joins Graphics Industry Leaders to Sponsor Renderosity
Holiday Art Contest

December 22, 2006. Runtime Revolution, makers of the leading multi-platform
rich media authoring and development tool Runtime Revolution Studio,
announces its industry sponsorship in the annual Renderosity Holiday Art
Contest. The Renderosity Art Contest runs through the end of December 2006.
It isnt too late to enter!

With 5 separate categories, there are many chances to win great prizes from
the leading manufacturers in the digital art industry! Each category has
something special to offer. Renderosity members may submit one entry per
category. The winners will be selected by a judging panel. The Grand Prize
winner will be selected from the highest scoring entry from each category.
Membership in Renderosity and entry into the contest is free.

Runtime Revolution joins other leaders, including Alienware, e-frontier,
Corel, Nvidia, e-on software and 3D World Magazine in providing valuable
prizes and sponsorship that are together worth over $40,000.

Runtime Revolution's Revolution Media, Studio and Enterprise products are
the leading solutions for developing cross-platform applications and rich
media solutions. Starting at just $49, Revolution Media includes a selection
of templates for building presentations, automated kiosk applications,
digital portfolios and adventure games. Revolution Studio introduces
professional developer features and more advanced database connectivity.
Runtime Revolution can build solutions for MacOS X, Windows, Linux and
Solaris from a single project. It is the only solution that can directly
create compatible solutions for the U3 smart drive platform and was the
first non-Apple Computer product to build native applications for the Mac
Intel platform.

Additional information is available on the Renderosity website -

About Runtime Revolution

Founded in 1997, Runtime Revolution focuses on bringing user-centric
software development to all major platforms: Windows, Macintosh, Linux, and
Unix. The company is based in Edinburgh, Scotland. For more information on
Runtime Revolution, please visit the company on the web at or

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