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    3d Web Browser like no other

    Found this yesterday and it really is cool. Comes in real handy viewing boards.

    check out the Flash demos here

    Last edited by wader; Jun 24, 2001 at 17:36.

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    That is amazing. I am using it now. It got a little slow on me when I had 25 simulteneous windows open (which is the max I think), but that is definately understandable.

    Thanks for the link!

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    Just seems like a gimmic to me - the websites seem to still be the same
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    You talkin to me? Anarchos's Avatar
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    I've been there before and it's just annoying imo.

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    I like it. I am not sure if I will be using it in the long-run but it is fun

    The NavWheel thing is nice too.

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    I remember reading about this innovation not so long ago. It will be usefull when applied to certain applications. For example, it is a cool gimmic to use when giving presentations. I can just see all the swanky ad agencies and design houses using it for client presentations.

    However, for a desktop environment one big problem I see is that it effectively cuts down the useful viewing area of the browser to be about a quauter (or less) of the available real estate. That's not very usable! In this case it might be more appropriate as a navigation aid in a seperate window.


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