(PRWEB) February 28, 2003
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Interactive Software & Exhibits
137 Lodge Ave.
Huntington Station, NY 11746
(631) 423 1048
KaleidoDraw now available to Kids of all ages on CD--ROM
Huntington, New York February, 2003 ÂProtoZone Interactives announces the release of KaleidoDraw, an interactive software program that enables artists ages 3 to 100 to magically create an infinite range of designs in ÂrosetteÂ patterns through a uniquely simple use of symmetry.
Presently museum exhibit versions are running in the Long Island Children's Museum (LICM), National Museum of Science and Industry (London), Brooklyn Children's Museum and coming soon to Science World British Columbia. This interactive program was developed by Al Jarnow, renowned artist, filmmaker and software developer.
KaleidoDraw, like all of our programs, engage children in a fun, creative manner. ÂPeople are always looking for non-violent, entertaining, educational software for kidsÂ says co-founder Jim Metcalfe. ÂI still find myself playing with the version available on our website, http://www.protozone.net/kal/KalDemo.html.Â KaleidoDraw offers kids who like to discover and create through exploration an open mode where they can play and create beautiful, intricate designs of infinite variety. It is simple enough for a three year old and capable of a complexity that will enthrall older children. The program allows your creations to be saved and printed like any picture.
Now on CD-ROM for Windows 98+ and Macs, KaleidoDraw is available at Museum Gift Shops and on the web.
Al Jarnow and Jim Metcalfe founded ProtoZone in response to the demand from parents for the software their children were having such fun with in ChildrenÂs Museums. People were always wondering where they could get a copy, now they can.
Kaleidodraw is published by ProtoZone Inc., a Software and Exhibit Design firm based in Huntington New York. For more information on KaleidoDraw or more then twenty other programs please visit the website http://www.ProtoZone.net