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Re: Zigzag registration

On Tue, Feb 09, 1999 at 01:10:10AM -0500, Edward Keyes wrote:
> Hmmm, I'll have to take a look at that, although it strikes me as
> the wrong path to go down, since it's hard to be interactive a page
> load at a time.

Well, we might use some DHTML or dynamic VRML in future.

> I'm looking forward to a more animated interface, which can engage
> a little bit more of my spatial intuition... rotations that look like
> rotations, color-coding, etc.

Indeed, very much what we had in mind, but currently no development
resources allocated to that.  Of course, contributions welcome...  :-)

> If you haven't seen The Brain from Natrificial, you ought to take a peek
> (http://www.thebrain.com).  Some similarity of ideas, but more hyperlinking
> than N-dimensional.  Has cool graphics, though, which helps to keep you
> oriented better during origin transformations.  It's pretty limited, though.

Yes.  Good idea, but I think a more developed Zigzag has much more scope
than The Brain.

Thanks again for your interest and support.

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