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Is anybody know where Live3D exist on the Web?


Fri, 17 Aug 2001 03:00:00 GMT  


> Hello
> Is anybody know where Live3D exist on the Web?

I'm a great fan of Paper Software and the folks from Paper who
moved over to Netscape, and I was a great fan of Live3D as well,
but I think it's fair to say that the time has long since passed
when it was worthwhile to use that browser.  For one thing,
except for a very brief release that few were happy with under
the combined Live3D/Cosmo Player name, Live3D was a vrml 1.0
(plus some extras) browser, and it's hard to find a VRML world
out there any more that doesn't use the VRML 97 spec -- which
will make Live3D crash and burn.

Cosmo Player supports the Live3D background, and I recall
WorldView even supports some of the Live3D animation nodes.
Those browsers may support other nodes as well, but I haven't
tested them for a while.  So if you do run across some Live3D
worlds, your VRML 97 browser may be able to do a decent job
on them.

I'd suggest you try some of the VRML browsers I list at -- click "Get Browser".
Bob Crispen

'T is with our judgments as our watches,--none
Go just alike, yet each believes his own.
-- Alexander Pope: _Essay on Criticism_

Fri, 17 Aug 2001 03:00:00 GMT  
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