Isaac will give new life to your images and to your web pages. Just look at its main features, its screenshots, its gallery and then download it for free!

Isaac can split images in smaller pieces, change their colors and use them to generate any animations, interactive effects, rollovers, menus and other interesting effects. It allows you to achieve great results without increasing loading time of your pages.

This is a brief list of main Isaac features & benefits:

  • it runs on all browser and computers
    All browsers offer Java support. If users have it enabled, animations are rendered with Java. Otherwise, an animated GIF is provided. Isaac generates both formats automatically. The GIF version includes a map with fully functional links.
  • it doesn't need any plug-in or installation
    The browser will download a small Java Applet (8 kb only), as little as those applets that display no more than scrolling text.
  • you can group many images in one
    Images will be split by Isaac, reducing download time dramatically. This is more efficient than the JavaScript approach.
  • you don't need to write code
    Isaac is completely visual ( screenshots). It produces HTML files that can be copied or inserted into your website.


May 12, 2008 4:07 PM

Nice work


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Apr 2, 2009 7:19 AM

I would love to download and use it, I was told it was excellant

John Baxley

Apr 8, 2009 2:34 AM


Thank you for your generosity in providing Isaac.

I am an utter novice to web animation, but I do make little animations with the POVRay raytracer.

If I may ask, could you please tell me how to load in a series of .jpg files (001name.jpg, 002name.jpg, etc). Loading these things one-at-a-time "by hand" can take some time.

I an trying to make a little animation loop for a web page. After that I will move to making it into a "button" that will animate when clicked upon.

I do my own homework, so point me to what to read and I am off.




Apr 8, 2009 10:27 AM

Hi John, you can't load more than an image at once. That's a limit of Java 1.1, on which Isaac has been developed years ago. Modern Java doesn't have such limitations.

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