[X3D-Public] Fwd: OnLive One Step Closer [ death of 3D web? ]

Russ Kinter pyth7 at verizon.net
Thu Dec 31 12:55:26 PST 2009

I have to admit I don't understand how it works, but I'll stick my neck out
anyway and ask a bunch of questions:
Can I make my own and display my own content with OnLive?
Can I convert other formats to OnLive?
I think those questions would begin to establish whether danger is eminent.
Russ Kinter

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Subject: [X3D-Public] Fwd: OnLive One Step Closer [ death of 3D web? ]
The end of the 3D Web?
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Date: December 29, 2009 11:10:00 PM PST
Subject: OnLive One Step Closer
Source: Slashdot
Author: Soulskill

hysma writes "It looks like OnLive, the remote gaming system that streams HD
video over the Internet, is one step closer to becoming reality, according
to an article on DSL Reports in response to a lengthy video presentation by
founder & CEO Steve Perlman at Columbia University. Perlman demonstrated the
UI, spectating, using the service on an iPhone, and other features."
m=rss> Read more of this story at Slashdot.
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