Digimania Ltd. ceased trading on April 18 2017, with the appointment of Michael Magnay and Lee Manning as joint administrators. We are currently exploring offers from potential buyers for the business’s intellectual property and other assets, and would encourage any interested parties to contact the administrators. Read more
Our goal here at Digimania is to make software easier, faster and cost effective.
Our talented software team is continuously working hard developing groundbreaking computer graphics products designed to aid STEM based learning.
January 2017. The latest edition to the Digimania suite of software is Voxelise. The Voxel art style is becoming increasingly popular, with Voxel models being used in a host of computer games and for 3D printing.
Voxelise simpliﬁes the 3D modeling process using versatile little cubes called voxels.
June 2016. Our latest product, Minimaker is a 3D printing app that provides a fun and intuitive introduction to character design. Fully customizable 3D characters, automatic and manually posable limbs with character colouring function.
In 2007 Paul joined Motion Capture hardware and software manufacturers the Animazoo Group as Sales Director. At Animazoo Paul developed the award-winning IGS brand, targeted at the 3D Animation Production industry and the Animalive product range targeting the Themed Entertainment and Attractions industry. During his time at the Animazoo Group, Paul worked closely with clients such as Rockstar North, Ubisoft, NASA and Merlin Entertainments to develop fast turn-around solutions to their animation production pipelines.
Head of Development
Robert graduated from Paisley College of Technology in 1989 with a degree in computer science and worked in the engineering and publishing sectors before moving into interactive media. He joined the DA Group in 1997 where he designed the software behind Ananova (recognised as the world’s first virtual newscaster.) He has been the head of development at Digimania since its inception and now heads the software design and development of Muvizu.