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Web 3D : new perspectives by Stuart Dredge
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Web 3D : new perspectives

by Stuart Dredge

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0789308150, Paperback)

For most of its life, the Web has been a two-dimensional medium. Now, Web 3D is about to take off, thanks to the rollout of broadband Internet access and new technologies being made available to Web designers. Connection speeds have increased and technology has been refined. It's now possible to create immersive 3D worlds, allowing users to chat and move about virtual environments.

This book shows the cutting-edge work being produced by designers internationally: 3D worlds that allow users to move around virtual environments; the use of 3D technology as a navigational metaphor for sites; 3D representations of merchandise on e-commerce sites; and animated 3D work, for example, on sports Web sites.

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