Re: [-empyre-] internet 3d & desktop 3d
> 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
Assistant Professor of Information Technology
Rochester Institute of Technology
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