Australian developer Exit-Reality's CEO Danny Stefanic released their companies Virtual Reality 3D web browser plug in this week in Australia which is sure to set the net on fire.
This is awesome! Can't wait to try it.
ill give it a go... but im sure ill uninstall it
If it doesn't work as well in one browser then give it a go in another to see if there's a difference in either. As with all "new" software, the developer needs feedback, so if you (read anyone) has a problem with it, then for goodness sake tell them what is or isn't working. If you spent a considerable amount of time and money on something you'd want all the poss and neg feedback you can get. One thing that gamers seem to NOT do is give feedback directly to a developer, but complain in forums. SO please do give feedback via their site.
I would give it a go but it's only for PC :( Could someone try it out a post their thoughts, very interested to know how it runs...
Awesome, but remind me why this is in PS3, 360, dev news, tech and gaming channels? PC and Industry news only...hellllooooo
Wow! Gotta try this one!
I'm sure once the testing is complete and more ppl are using this, it could open up a varied style of net experience. With regards to it being in the PS3 section, well one would hope that some use the net via their consoles (sadly 360 misses out) that might find this really interesting. Plus it's great to see it coming out of Australia as well. Yet another Aussie developer doing their thang'
I installed it and i liked it, nice concept, if it had more options to web developers i think it will kick off, its a bit laggy, and when you go to a website with a lot of images its tones laggy, i think they need to make the websites that turn into 3d do it in a better way instead of just splinting images up and placing them in a room. its sure to grow and i would like to see future builds of this.
tried it, used it, hated it.
whoa that looks like home is coming to pc.... no just kiddingxD
It went something like this. 1. Install 2. Wtf 3. Uninstall
needs work clipping and such was a real issue and a way to turn starderd html code into the 3d version would be cool
This is kind of intriguing...at least the basic premise is. To those just posting, 'install, wtf, uninstall' comments, care to elaborate? What was so bad?
Mate, that's what I mean about 'certain' gamers. They are quick to bad mouth something, but never actually discuss what irt is that is going wrong, nor do they offer their feedback to a developer in order for them to rectify it. A developer can only run their goods on so many test units, they can NEVER emulate the huge influx of unpredictable circumstances on the net with so many different configurations on millions of computers. Unless ppl give feedback to a developer about what exactly is going wrong, how the heck do you expect them to deal with it and emulate the same problem so they can fix it. A certain faction of gamers tend to believe everything should come out perfect at all times, well unfortunately, that is not how the work works, or for that matter technology and especially the net. For those who boo-hoo it, have you come up with a better idea . . ?? Nope, didn't think so.
I have a mac, so I couldn't try this thing out, but from what I could tell by scanning their website: it turns the internet into a series of "apartments" and restaurants. Thrilling!
There is something "similar" out there that was only re-released recently called "space" . . where it uses Apple's TimeLine and Spotlight (used extensively in Leopard) which is the idea of virtual pages and moving things around the screen in 3D to create a web browsing experience with PAGES which has a backward timeline on ALL your movements within the browser/OS. Space looks really good, and if Exit-Reality is anything like how they did it, they will take users feedback (when people actually give it to them) and then refine the product. Which is exactly what the guys who made Space did. Exit-Reality's idea is to not only do that Show the pages in timeline and in a 3d world, but to enter those web pages and interact with elements within those pages, other than simply clicking on icons to be taken some place else.
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