And other initiatives asking VRML or X3D support are also in the top: 17 against 5 and 15 againts 4.
Here are some things that people are saying:
alazoral: Google has made its own VRML. I feel like history is reversing. How about you?
Wednesday, April 22nd at 02:45:56
geekscape: @mpesce I bet this takes you back to the good old VRML days ! Google's O3D plug-in for Google Chrome http://code.google.com/apis/o3d/
Wednesday, April 22nd at 01:48:57
PINTSD: Playing with Google's o3d http://tinyurl.com/c45ax4 with this, Canvas3D and JS for everything-starting to think VRML is about to resurface
Wednesday, April 22nd at 01:18:54
llagerlof: Google desenvolve tecnologia que permite criar ambientes 3D no navegador. http://tinyurl.com/cp224m (e o VRML??) #google #3d
Wednesday, April 22nd at 00:21:42
agrogator: ElReg~ Google wants a 3D internet: VRML 2: electric Googaloo One of the most heavily-flogged dead horses
Wednesday, April 22nd at 00:25:57
voxmachina: VRML is back...with another name...this time its called X3D...ups srry O3D..........o.O
Tuesday, April 21st at 23:55:05
xgavin: wait a minute, google isn't endorsing VRML? you're saying it is yet another 3D web standard?
Tuesday, April 21st at 20:23:16
rschu: Looks nice. 3D gfx in the browser- > RT @PrometheusFire: yay, VRML! Oh, wait, it's called O3D now? http://tinyurl.com/cnq95o
Tuesday, April 21st at 18:58:52
And as you know, Mark Pesce, that is the co-inventor of VRML and an awesome intellectual, has replied:
mpesce: The amount of JS needed for a Phong-shaded sphere under O3D is stunning. And ridiculous. In VRML, 4 lines. In O3D, closer to 400. Eeep.
Wednesday, April 22nd at 07:32:47
The answer marked in red speaks for itself.
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