Alan Oppenheimer of Open Door Networks was kind enough to send us the video above from their Christmas Card page. He also provided us with a great background story:

We've been doing software for Apple products for over a quarter of a century. 25 years ago today I think I personally was finishing up some code for the network ("AppleTalk") for the new "Macintosh" computer that Apple was going to introduce in less than a month ("You'll see why 1984 won't be like '1984'"). I worked at Apple for 11 years, then started Open Door Networks 14 years ago. At Open Door we've done mainly Macintosh security software (blog at, but also did a consumer product called Envision. When we (Open Door Networks + Project A = went to see what type of security software we could create for the iPhone, we determined there really wasn't any (really -- see blog entries), so we looked around for what else we could do, and Envision seemed like a natural fit. And it sure was, having now evolved into 25 different products! Our first and flagship product, iEnvision, shipped on day one (July 11) and we haven't looked back since (we haven't had time!).

We also have a surprise planned for Macworld in a week!

If you've had a chance to try out any of the Envision apps, drop us a comment and let us know what you think!