Like some of you might already know, there is currently a resurgence of on the internet involving these 3D chat websites similar to Second Life. Just to name a few, there's Google Lively, Activeworlds, Outerworlds, Cybertown, 3DXplorer and a whole bunch more, and of course including my very own VirtualHL.info Now, one of the very latest 3D chat platform websites to recently debut is called "Exit Reality" (www.exitreality.com). But unlike all the other ones, this one has a very unique feature where any regular 2D website, and I really mean any website, can be turned in to a full blown 3D website, with multi-user chat with 3D avatars to boot!!! Of course, you would need to download and install a little browser plug-in so you can participate in the Exit Reality 3D network. A word of warning: Exit Reality is still in Beta, so there's bound to still be a few bugs in the system, but nothing big. So as to give you guys here at TWHL an idea on what a 2D website will look like turned 3D, I went ahead and tested TWHL to see what we would get, and here it is:
First, I input TWHL's full URL on to Exit Reality's 3D form: And here are the results: This last one here, you can see my personal 3D avatar with my name "Tito" right above it: Oh, in case you are wondering, all the website's links remain active in the 3D version, so all those floating words and sentences you see in 3D are clickable. Now, I really want to know what kind of mojo-jojo web technology is being employed here to pull this off! Does any body here have any clues?