Re: [-empyre-] internet 3d & desktop 3d

Hi All,
In response to 3D et al is anyone on the list going to be at E3?

it would be good to meet up in person if any of you are...i'm going with a
couple of people from nz who design games so any takers - lets have a
coffee/drink/rave f2f.
clare o
aotearoa (nz)

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Subject: [-empyre-] internet 3d & desktop 3d

> Hello all,
> As the "3d web" grows in content and usage, fueled by the efforts of
> fun folks like those on this list (most of the strong vrml thinkers are
> here anyway:) and with the development of apps like Leanders tdfsb
> (three dimensional file system browser, right Leander?) and suites like
> 3dwm , it only makes sense to me that these efforts
> should, in their design, do everything possible to make a smooth flow
> between local 3d interfaced applications and vrml works distributed
> across the internet, essentially providing a seamless transition
> between a local 3d application and the internet resources it will
> access, such as perhaps documentation, user group data streams (mailing
> lists, news groups, etc.) and source code repositories.  The 3d
> interface is the canvas we paint, so why should it not be elegant both
> in its appearance and in its fuctionality.
> peace in the golden fleece,
> scott
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