Future of VRML 
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 Future of VRML

Hey does anyone know about vrml 3.0, or what's next? About 6 months ago I
remember a post about VRML being "replaced" by another format. It's been an
awfully long time since 2.0 came out.

Thanks,

Brad Strong
Autodesk



Wed, 13 Aug 2003 09:18:29 GMT  
 Future of VRML
http://www.c-lab.de/web3d2001/Workshops/vrml200xws/vrml200x_workshop....

Wieland Zumpe



Wed, 13 Aug 2003 09:09:02 GMT  
 Future of VRML
I think the VRML consortium, are in the process of making VRML into X3D.
Which will mean it will become a XML DTD, like SVG, SMIL, VoiceML, etc.
Quote:

> Hey does anyone know about VRML 3.0, or what's next? About 6 months ago I
> remember a post about VRML being "replaced" by another format. It's been an
> awfully long time since 2.0 came out.

> Thanks,

> Brad Strong
> Autodesk



Wed, 13 Aug 2003 21:08:40 GMT  
 Future of VRML
The kindly Rev. overheard Ian Forrester

Quote:
>I think the VRML consortium, are in the process of making VRML into
>X3D. Which will mean it will become a XML DTD, like SVG, SMIL,
>VoiceML, etc.

That'll be one of the bindings of X3D, certainly.  But there'll also be
at least a VRML binding as well.

Finally somebody got smart and separated the functional requirements
from the syntax.
--
Rev. Bob "Bob" Crispen
crispen at hiwaay dot net

There are two rules for success in life:
  (1) Don't tell people everything you know.



Sun, 24 Aug 2003 07:09:31 GMT  
 Future of VRML



[snip]

Quote:

> Finally somebody got smart and separated the functional requirements
> from the syntax.

Remember back in the day when VRML was called "Virtual Reality Markup
Language"?  It looks like the process has come full circle.

--Steve



Sun, 24 Aug 2003 07:24:38 GMT  
 
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