(Carlisle, PA) – Redbug Technologies has released Mapwing Creator
1.0. The $39 shareware application turns digital photos into
Flash-powered virtual tours. Redbug has also updated Mapwing Creator
Pro to version 1.6, adding Universal Binary support and several new
features. To learn more about Mapwing, visit
Mapwing makes it easy for anyone to build, share, and explore virtual
reality tours. Created from digital photos, Mapwing virtual tours
include interactive maps and photographs, comments, and hotspots.
Best of all, Mapwing tours require absolutely no image stitching.
Finished tours can be saved to several formats, including Adobe’s
Flash, and shared cross-platform via the Web, disc, or email. To view
sample tours, including one of Apple’s campus, visit
Mapwing Creator 1.0 sets a new standard for creating virtual tours.
Affordable and easy-to-use, it turns digital photos into virtual
tours that contain up to 20 location points and can be shared with
friends, family, or on the Web. Mapwing Creator is available as a
free download and can be registered for $39. It requires Mac OS X
10.3 or higher and is a Universal Binary. For more information, visit
Mapwing Creator Pro 1.6 is the professional’s choice for creating
virtual tours. Now with Universal Binary support, it can create
high-resolution virtual tours that contain up to 1000 location
points. Version 1.6 also adds the ability to brand tours, place
tour-linking hotspots, and export Flash tours that run locally or
server-side. Tours can be easily integrated with existing Web content
or distributed on CD. Mapwing Creator Pro retails for $295 and
requires Mac OS X 10.3 or higher. To learn more, visit
Redbug Technologies is a software development company based in
Carlisle, Pennsylvania. The company was formed in 2004 and is
presently focused on building easy-to-use virtual tour software.