IBloks: For 'Personalized Media & Self-Expression'

Posted: May 24 2006, 2:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 5:39pm CDT, in Home Entertainment


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iBloks: For 'Personalized Media & Self-Expression'

Tuesday, in a Business Wire press release, iBloks announced its public beta release for its new "self-expression" software. Marketed for its release alongside the new Windows Vista Beta 2, iBloks is a software product designed to mix all of your digital media together to create custom "iBlok" games and/or 3D mods.

iBloks that are currently available in the beta are the iBlok Mix Master, iBloks Sudoku, and the "Dancing Man" mod. The software uses Microsoft's new Windows Presentation Foundation and is available only to Windows XP users with Service Pack 2, and those enrolled in the Windows Vista beta.A benchmark in the iBloks software is its ability to communicate with other people and share your iBlok creations. Michael Ostin, a member of the iBlok advisory board, says, "Sharing personalized media files in a rich environment that supports music, videos and gaming while being easy enough for anyone to use is an exciting idea. iBloks now gives people an incredibly unique way to connect and express themselves."

iBloks beta is currently available for free at their website.

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