ANNOUNCE: Interactive Landscape Rendering on the Web!

ANNOUNCE: Interactive Landscape Rendering on the Web!

Post by Paul Colto » Fri, 31 Mar 1995 04:00:00

MiNET has recently opened its new Web rendering service, Net3D(tm).
Net3D is announcing its new landscape rendering service.  For a
modest fee, you can have a beautiful scene rendered for you and
delivered via email.  Use it in your Web pages, brochures, etc.

A fully interactive interface guides you through the process of
building your scene.  When completed, you have the choice of
resolution, file format, shadow rendering, and custom modifications
you would like to make.

Come check out this new and exciting chapter in interactive Web pages!

Net3D can be reached at the following URL:





1. ANNOUNCE: CandleWeb 1.0 - Offers fast interactive Web-animations.

CandleWeb AS is proud to announce that Version 1.0 Beta 3 of the CandleWeb
browser is available for Windows 95 and X11.

CandleWeb is a browser that extends HTML browsers with
interactive animations. The browser is freely available for
both X11 and Windows 95.

It offers high performance graphics through the use of our specialized
animation language. The language is easy to learn and is flexible enough to
create complex animations.

CandleWeb AS do with this browser and an upcoming authoring tool aim to make
multimedia authoring simpler and more efficient.

You can retrieve the CandleWeb browser from our web page at :

Binaries are available for Windows 95, Linux, SunOS 4.1.4 and Irix 5.3.
The source is made available so those running other X11 based platforms can
compile their own versions.

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2. Smoothly move a TWinControl over a form

3. Interactive 3-D Rendering on the Web!

4. Is Animator Pro still alive?

5. Interactive 3-D rendering on the Web...

6. gnuplot colors

7. ANNOUNCE: new web page with new renderings!!!

8. another plea for tranfer to video help

9. Interactive Graph Visualization System daVinci V2.1 announced

10. ANNOUNCE: SIGGRAPH paper slides available on the WWW (Landscape generation)

11. ANNOUNCE: Particle Landscapes website