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Subject: Re: FLASH: Flash competition
From: stickman
Date: Tue, 29 Dec 1998 11:17:41 GMT

stickman's 2 cents:
VRML applications are hardly proprietary of Cosmo.
The point is that non-immersive VRML properties would enhance Flash's
pallette with less bandwidth and LOTS less tinkering.
visions of rotating (true 2 axis rotation) buttons and rotatable
navigational fields (instead of simple charts)
with complex heirarchies this becomes very valuable.

>Erik Kittlaus wrote:

>Hmm, Well Cosmo is no new comer to web applications. This is nothing more
>than a VRML authoring tool in disguise. It really doesnt fall on the same
>line as Flash.
>I wouldnt waste to much time on this product. However if it exports vector

>and we could use it in Flash for 3D work, then it would be worth alot.


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