What is Array

Array is an easy to use animation program. If you know the children's toy Lite Brite, where you poke colored pegs through a back lit screen, Array is the same idea using multiple screens to create animation.
The simple interface makes it easy for anyone to create at least simple animation. You can export your creation as a Flash file.
Screen shot | Flash output samples

System requirements
Array requires the Java 2 Runtime Environment (J2SE 1.4 or better). If needed you can download the Java Runtime from:

Windows, Unix, etc:
There is a MacOSX version available for Macintosh users.
The previous version of Array is array_1.2.zip.
There is an out-dated applet version which may, depending, run directly in your browser. The application is recommended, the applet is no longer updated.

Array readme file.
See changes.txt in the download file for a complete list of changes in version 1.3.
Array is free but please read and honor the copyright agreement.

Comments, suggestions and bug reports welcome.
Aaron Calhoun

Array is copyrighted software. All copyrights are exclusively owned by the author. You may use and share this software for non-profit, non-commercial, non-business purposes only.
You may not distribute this software in conjunction with any service and/or product. You may not modify, translate, reverse engineer, decompile, disassemble or create derivative works based on this software.
This software is distributed 'as is'. No warranty of any kind is expressed or implied.
By using this software you agree to these terms.