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    1. 1. Chameli Devi School Of Engineering 3D Internet Submitted By :Arvind Carpenter Guided By :Mr. Romil Rawat Submitted To :Ms. Madhu Sharma
    2. 2. Contents          What is 3D Internet Why 3D Internet? How can 3D internet be made possible Existing technology and its disadvantages Proposed Technology Implementation using VRML Technology Picture Gallery Application Conclusion
    3. 3. What is 3D Internet     Images instead of Words…… An Active Medium for interaction. New way to reach customers, Partners, Students . (Attract Them) Replicates Real life .
    4. 4. Why 3D Internet Interesting 3D shopping.. Easy Social Interactions… To represent Interior Designs effectively Gaming made more interesting Distance Learning is a joyous experience.
    5. 5. How can 3D internet be made possible “THE GOOGGLES” (goggles from google….!)  Provides 3-Dimensional view .  Voice commands made possible .
    6. 6. Existing technology and its disadvantages 2D Technology……( “FLAT”)  Less Interactive  (less images).  More wastage of time  (Handling mouse).  Lack of Proper Representation  (Ex: Online Shopping)  No Privacy / Security  (Ex: online payment)
    7. 7. Proposed Technology 3D Technology……..(for Internet)  More Interactive  (Comfort level is more).  Reduced mouse movements .  Simple yet Effective representation .  (3D Images)  Increased Speed of working .
    8. 8. Implementation using VRML Technology  What is VRML? VRML is the Virtual Reality Modelling Language, a system for describing 3D scenes on the Web. Using text files in a similar format to the HTML which you have been studying, VRML allows a browser to produce the illusion of a three dimensional environment.  HOW TO USE IT? The very first thing you need is a VRML browser, to view your worlds, as well as other peoples. The most popular one is Cosmo Player from Cosmo Software (Win95/NT).
    9. 9. Implementation using VRML Technology  The next thing you need to do is create your own worlds. There are two ways of doing this. First, you could use one of the many VRML authoring tools, which are like 3D modellers in which you can build your world.  The other way is to code it by hand. All you need for this is a text editor, such as notepad or wordpad. Simply type in the code as shown, and save it as filename.wrl. You can then load this into your browser and take a look!
    10. 10. Authorizing participants…. -by publisher 10 The Related Data Base…
    11. 11. Authorization by respective organization.. 11 Your Identity…….
    12. 12. 12 Hey this is how I look……!!!!
    13. 13. One-One Chat… 13 Public chat………
    14. 14. 14 A Public Discussion…. Where do you want to go……???
    15. 15. Please…..Fill this Admission Application form…. 15
    16. 16. LIVE discussion in Academic Hall… 16
    17. 17. Have any queries on the discussion……?? ?? 17 Want to know about furture events……????? Check out the event
    18. 18. 3D Seminar
    19. 19. Applications  E-commerce  product visualization  3D virtual shops  interactive demos  3D “banner ads”  Training  web-based training using interactive 3D
    20. 20. Applications  Games  multi-player, fully 3D (e.g. Sony Everquest)  Entertainment  streaming 3D animation (much lower bandwidth than video, can run full-screen, can have interactivity)  Social Interaction  3D chat spaces
    21. 21. Applications Education  virtual “field trips”  distance education as well as on-campus  virtual “experiments” for physical sciences  historical recreations for social sciences  3D data visualization for various fields
    22. 22. Conclusion  Provided an overview of concept of 3D Internet  At this point of time we are facing an unique opportunity of evolution of internet towards much more versatile, interactive and usable version i.e 3D INTERNET.  There are still many research challenges on the way.  We can use the existing hype as the driver of research and realization of 3D INTERNET.
    23. 23. References  Ch.Bouras & A.philopoulos. Distibuted virtual reality environments for distance education 2000.  http://vimeo.com/designingdigitally/3dvctfeatures  www.google.com  www.3dconnexion.com  www.seminarsonly.com  www.i3dnow.com
    24. 24. Thank you