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Short Take: Cosmo plans Web tool

Silicon Graphics subsidiary Cosmo Software is working on a Web authoring tool for Windows 95 and NT that will let site developers add 3-D effects with the latest iteration of the virtual reality modeling language (VRML). The program, called Vector, will have a suggested retail price of $329. The beta is due in April with commercial release in May, according to Cosmo.

Silicon Graphics subsidiary Cosmo Software is working on a Web authoring tool for Windows 95 and NT that will let site developers add 3-D effects with the latest iteration of the virtual reality modeling language (VRML). The program, called Vector, will have a suggested retail price of $329. The beta is due in April with commercial release in May, according to Cosmo.