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

scott wrote:

> should, in their design, do everything possible to make a smooth flow
> between local 3d interfaced applications and[...] works distributed
> across the internet, essentially providing a seamless transition
> between a local 3d application and the internet resources it will
> access [...]  The 3d interface is the canvas we paint, so why should it
> not be elegant both in its appearance and in its fuctionality.

how should a 3D desktop "look and feel" to the user?
what functionality does it require?
and what forms follow from those functions?

I suspect this list might have some interesting answers
to those basic questions


Jeffrey Sonstein
Assistant Professor of Information Technology
Rochester Institute of Technology
"They that give up essential liberty
 to obtain a little temporary safety
 deserve neither liberty nor safety."

Benjamin Franklin: 1759

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