The World Wide Web's unexpected emergence and hectic growth have
been one of the phenomena near the turn of the millenium. Barring some disaster, the
future of the Web is very bright indeed. It's no wonder, therefore, that so much creative
talent-and money-is being invested in it. Virtual Reality Markup Language (VRML, usually
pronounced vermal) is one of the best ways that 3D artists and animators can take
advantage of the tremendous opportunity presented by the Web's growth.
VRML, as conceived by its creators, is much more than a method of displaying 3D models. It's conceptual system that might ultimately enable you to navigate the Web as one giant hypertext document. This is the real potential of "cyberspace." In the future, web addresses will map to the interiors of personal or corporate 3D spaces within the context of borderless virtual world. This world continuously will be extended but will always be coherent and consistently navigable because it is implemented in a common language-VRML.VRML is used nowadays widely in education, training, entertainment and business. If you want to find more about the goal and potential of VRML, go to Mark Pesce's site.
Explore two of my VRML designs (VRML plug-in must be installed):
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