A 3 D World For The World Wide Web
SOMETIMES, IT'S HANDY TO view complex information in simulated 3-D--weather data mapped onto the earth's surface, for instance. By rotating that surface, it becomes easy to zero in on data for a specific location and evaluate the information in relation to spots nearby. So Paper Software Inc. in Woodstock, N.Y., has developed a way to create such interactive geographical displays and distribute them as part of documents relayed over the World Wide Web.
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