Patents and Webbing: Big Stakes on The Table.

May 10, 2012 4 Comments by 3DBlog

By Christopher McFarland

It seems that 3D webbing has a bit of politics of its own: 3D technology is simply pending a patent! I just imagine a 3D website where you see “patent pending!” Not the most interesting red-tape, but it is capitalism working at its best.

It is essential for companies like ALTADYN and designers of new technology to maintain patents in the industry. This gives companies and developers the right to the new idea: not to mention make millions leasing out the patent. Let us not remember the Apple vs. Samsung debacle this past year!

A leading design company has announced that they will be unveiling a new development platform and this will be offered in PaaS mode (Platform as a Service) in the cloud! This type of technology will help web developers while creating the 3D interface we all hope to have in the next few years. This means new Facebook® applications for users as stated by the BBC.

BBC On ALTADYN

Facebook® in 3D seems to be too good to be true. However, the developers of this new platform technology will maintain that it will help Facebook® move into a new web experience. The new platform is said to allow “users to enter 3D immersive spaces and socialize virtually with each other”. This reminds me of the cult phenomenon “Sims” where users create virtual words and live within them. Is this the new Facebook®: 3D ready and able to create a new life?

The California based company has promised that web developers will be able to use the development to add value to “their own application purpose: gaming, hangouts, photo viewing, video watching, concerts, dance floors, meetings event…etc”. This is a huge change. If any of you have used Google “hangout”, you know that it is awesome and pushing efficiency: it does not cost hundreds of dollars to fly and see a friend or attend a meeting. This new development should make things even easier and more interesting.

The BBC World news has said “Over the past few years, these spaces (3D social live spaces with avatars) have become more simple to create and now you can even design one using Facebook® applications. The use of avatars has several advantages over video: it tends to use les bandwidth and allows more people to get involved with little less personal preparation.”

The ALTADYN 3D technology when integrated in its small java applet can create: voice/IP, Chat, Desktop Sharing, Live Feeds on Screen, Laser Pointer, the ability to import your own 3D Buildings or furniture and user-triggered animations.

All these new changes will be available after the deal is done, a patent is granted. I find this to be magnificent. I may have the ability to have desktop sharing on Facebook®. This all will help communication and make the internet more interesting and personal. I will be able to design my life on Facebook® and the other various media sites I log into daily, the way that I want them to be and not the way the administrators decide. In this way, I feel this technology makes the internet very personal.

4 Comments

  1. King Ordorica says:
    Monday, June 11, 2012 at 7:10am

    Heya just wanted to give you a quick heads up and let you know a few of the pictures aren’t loading correctly. I’m not sure why but I think its a linking issue. I’ve tried it in two different browsers and both show the same outcome.

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    • admindreamsoft says:
      Tuesday, July 17, 2012 at 5:08am

      Hey there, we corrected some of the issues, hope everything loads for you ok now. Thank you for submitting this!

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  2. Jackson Beltran says:
    Friday, August 3, 2012 at 1:08am

    Having read this I thought it was very informative. I appreciate you taking the time and effort to put this article together.

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  3. Milly says:
    Tuesday, September 18, 2012 at 11:16am

    The idea of socializing with your friends within a virtually created space seems to be similar to Habbo Hotel in a way however this might be of a much higher level. stunning!

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