CEBIT: XML3D brings 3D graphics to the Web as an extension to HTML

Researchers at the German Research Center for Artifical Intelligence and the country’s Saarland University are putting 3D graphics on the Web. The system they’ve developed, called XML3D, allows for 3D models to be embedded and interactive on Web sites. It’s an extension to HTML, the Web’s basic language.

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