The case studies presented in this work encapsulate educational and scientific/industrially-related content. The book commences with the production of a digital film introducing the area of Rheology using solid-modelling animations, simulation-data, filmed experiments, music, voiceover, and transitions. Content-delivery for multiple media is implemented and includes interactive WWW or CD/DVD multi-language versions and static (videotape, DV) modes. Next, a historical multimedia presentation (History of Rheology MMS) is compiled featuring an informal user-interface, dynamic rendering of content, making extensive use of client-server technology for interactive stream-delivery over the WWW. For more complex case- studies, stream synchronisation is demanded for multiple data- types: voiceover, music, experimental and CFD-sourced data, animated graphs, rendered wire-frame graphics. Scientific/Industrial data-sets of increasing complexity are featured in the last case- studies. Finally, the integration of all systems under a single web- based interactive multimedia environment concludes the book.