Does anyone know if there are equivalent programs to CrazyTalk4 and iClone available for Macintosh?

These are awesome software programs, and are used extensively by Enid Public Schools to create digital curriculum resources for teachers and students.

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2 Responses to CrazyTalk4 and iClone

  1. Nancy Sturm says:

    Hello. I am new to this blog but wanted to start a discussion regarding teachers and gaming. We are implementing a new simulation game for teachers to play to practice classroom discipline strategies. It has been amazing the feedback we are getting from college professors and principals using it as professional development.

  2. James H says:

    Yep, try the excellent freeware app Blender for 3D animation and modelling ( and Wings might also be worth a look ( I’ve also heard good things about Poser ( and Electric Image Animation System (

    As ever, it’s about trying a range of applications deciding which, if any, is right for you… good luck!

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