Building a 3D website

When I began 3D-Online, or more specifically,, I was determined to have interactive Web3D on the home page, as shown in the following screenshot. After all, if Web3D was going to prove itself, then interactive 3D graphics had to be in front of people right on the home page. Web3D companies at that time, such as PULSE 3D, attracted a lot of attention at SIGGRAPH 2000 in New Orleans with their Web3D examples on distant pages of their website. You had to go through a few links from the home page just to see interactive Web3D. Of course, you had to download and install their plugin first. While it was a great technology and PULSE 3D's efforts were noble, this seemed a timid presentation of one's own product ...

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