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What's New at iMedia
March 1996
iMedia joined the National Computer Board (NCB) and 6 other industry leaders to form the On-Line Technologies Consortium (OTC). In order to accelerate the development of the on-line service industry in Singapore, iMedia and the other founding members will combine resources to promote the acquisition of Internet technologies and expertise. As the only member of the OTC who is also a member of the Singapore Digital Media Consortium (SDMC), iMedia will bring it’s expertise in multimedia production to the consortium. With close ties to the Media Lab at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), iMedia is able to offer the OTC and Singapore’s Internet community some of the best technologies available in the world.
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March 1996
iMedia, collaborating with the Curriculum Development Institute of Singapore and EPB Publishing, proudly launched the Good Citizen CD-ROM. To help bring Primary Education into the digital age, iMedia created a fully animated version of this popular children’s title published by EPB. The CD’s 6 stories each reinforce the moral lessons Primary students are taught in class. The familiar characters and engaging animation produce a memorable supplement to the student’s lessons.
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March 1996
To promote their Bullseye Scoring System, Strategic Technologies wanted to appeal to the high-tech nature of their clientele. They asked iMedia to design a fully interactive CD-ROM presentation that they would distribute with other promotional material. Complete with engaging video and 3-D animation designed by iMedia, the Bullseye CD-ROM marks a new phase in corporate communication.
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February 1996
iMedia enlists the VALIS Group to be sole distributor of infoShip for North America. In anticipation of infoShip’s commercial release this Spring, iMedia partnered with The VALIS Group, a publisher of awarding winning software, in order to introduce infoShip into a global market.
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February 1996
In their annual Mekong Summit, Infocus Investment Partners addresses the business potentials offered by the countries that comprise the Greater Mekong Subregion. To help their members review the facts covered at the Summit, Infocus asked iMedia to create a unique rendition of the Summit proceedings. Using infoShip, iMedia recreated the lively atmosphere of the day event on an interactive CD-ROM.
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January 1996
The Next Chapter in Desktop Publishing hits the beta stage!!! iMedia with the help of the Information Technologies Institute released the beta version of the electronic authoring tool, infoShip. With all the bugs fixed and dozens of new features added, infoShip continues to be the no programmers solution to creating vibrant multimedia creations.
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January 1996
The World Trade Congress, co-sponsored by The International Herald Tribune and the Singapore Trade Development Board, will be held on April 24-26 to define the future of international trade. An event of such global importance needs a communication system to match. iMedia designed their Website to suit the sponsors’ need to reach a wide range of political leaders and business heads. Check out the frequent updates to learn all about the latest news.
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October 1995
When the National University Hospital of Singapore wanted to give their patients the extra convenience of viewing hospital information over the Internet, they knew iMedia had the right prescription. Not only can people find out valuable medical information and frequently updated hospital news, but they can also forget mundane paper work by setting up appointments and referrals at their home computer. iMedia and NUH entered a long term contract to continually update and improve services offered on this Website.
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August 1995
Singapore Digital Media Consortium turns 1! iMedia and the other co-founders of the SDMC celebrated the anniversary of their joint venture with the Media Lab at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). For the past year, the members have worked towards their goal of developing a public network architecture to support distributed electronic publications. Together, SDMC members now control 70% of the world’s sound board market, and 40% of the world’s CD-ROM hardware market.
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August 1995
To celebrate the rich cultural diversity of Singapore, the National Archives of Singapore asked iMedia to transform their popular book, Kampong Days, into an interactive electronic presentation. Using infoShip, iMedia helped capture all the sites and sounds of life in a typical Singapore kampong. With many interesting interviews and videos, Kampong Days is an exciting step into the past using the most advanced multimedia technology.
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March 1995
Reeds Exhibition Companies, the premier organizers of Trade Shows and Exhibitions, wanted to offer the visitors of interMedia Asia ‘95 a unique supplement to the show. To compliment the high tech nature of the exhibition, Reeds collaborated with iMedia to publish the complete interMedia Asia ‘95 proceedings on CD-ROM.
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February 1995
New Media, the U.S.-based magazine that covers the world of multimedia technology, decided to add a third dimension to their popular publication. They approached iMedia to create a CD-ROM version of their 1995 Multimedia Tool Guide and Catalogue. With the help of the infoShip authoring tool, iMedia transformed the 130 page publication into a fully interactive CD-ROM with dynamic audio and video.
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