Spectasia

Spectasia is a document browser (chooser) application that has been developed by MATT Services. Spectasia was first released as a Beta version for Microsoft Windows in July 2006, with the latest stable release on March 23, 2009.

The name Chooser refers to a software tool which allows the user to choose items visually, providing a lookable screen layout in which items are easy to spot. The term Chooser was also used for a defunct Macintosh finder application, but there is no direct relationship between the applications. Spectasia has been developed according to the design principles of the Lookable User Interface, which is related to Richard Bolt's concept of "Lookable Graphics".

Spectasia is commercial software, and is available for use under a License from MATT Services.

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