An Examination of Virtual Reality Modeling Language and its Implications for the Future of the World Wide Web
J. Andrew Holey
This project examines the current and future capabilities of Virtual Reality Modeling Language (VRML). VRML is first looked at in terms of its own current capabilities and limitations and then in terms of the impact that it will have on the World Wide Web. Some examples of future changes to the World Wide Web that may come about due to VRML are examined. Then a specific application is used as an example of the advantages VRML provides for developers who use the World Wide Web.
Hamelau, Mitch L., "An Examination of Virtual Reality Modeling Language and its Implications for the Future of the World Wide Web" (1996). Honors Theses. 572.
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