3D Content for a Lifetime: The 14th Annual Web3D Symposium Celebrates Milestone of Innovation and Durability
The fourteenth annual International Web3D Symposium will showcase X3D, the only open, royalty-free and ISO-certified technology available today for interactive 3D graphics on the World Wide Web.
Come see these innovative X3D systems and learn how to protect your 3D content investment for a lifetime.
Join the Web3D Consortium and become a part of this evolving standard. Menlo Park, CA (PRWEB) May 21, 2009 -- The fourteenth annual International Web3D Symposium ( http://www.web3d2009.org ), to be held at Fraunhofer IGD ( http://www.igd.fraunhofer.de ) in Darmstadt, Germany from June 15-17, 2009, will celebrate a decade of innovation and interoperability through the Extensible 3D (X3D) Standard.
The ISO-certified X3D Standard provides a feature-rich language to author, integrate and deliver interactive 3D multimedia virtual environments over the network.
After its first decade as the only open and royalty-free technology for interactive 3D on the World Wide Web, the Web3D Consortium's ( http://www.web3d.org ) X3D Standard continues to grow and provide unprecedented value for the capability, longevity, and ownership of 3D content: 3D content for a lifetime.
Many technologies grow exponentially due to hype and then fall into disuse. X3D remains the most widely used standard for the implementation of high-integrity, high-capability and high-data value 3D systems.
The applications and technologies showcased at the Symposium are evidence of the healthy ecology that continues to evolve and stabilize into international standards.
Descriptions of recent projects using X3D are available at www.web3d.org/casestudies .
X3D systems have a proven track record of protecting content and have the process in place to support projects that require their content lifetime to exceed 50 years.
Because X3D is a direct evolution of Virtual Reality Modeling Language (VRML), there are models over a decade old that run in the newest X3D players. It is not necessary to excavate the original 3D players to run that content.
The business value - the virtual world content - survived, and the investment was protected. The open nature of the Web3D languages protects the content and the rights of the business.
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