If you haven’t seen it yet, the ExitReality plug-in for Internet Explorer aims to present the 2D web in 3D. It’s in Beta at the moment and I gave it a rough and ready test drive today. While I don’t think it’s a virtual world replacement — I can’t help but be impressed that they’re out there swinging. Link to video (Viddler web site): http://www.viddler.com/explore/KerryJ/videos/2/# Embedded video:

4 Comments

  1. Thanks for the Twitter mention and post on Exitreality. Couldn’t get the video to work though…?

  2. Hey KerryJ, Thanks for you interest in ExitReality. It’s good to see that opinion leaders such as yourself are taking an interest in our offering.

    If you’d like to find out a more information, we have set up a knowledgebase at: http://kb.exitreality.com/

    Thanks for your support
    ExitReality team

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  4. Your warts-n-all style of presentation certainly gives a good impression of the clunky unresponsive interface. This sort of immersive interface is definitely the way of the future … when they get it right. Thanks for saving us the hassle of installing Exitreality just to have a look, but I just wish you’d taken a bit of time to familiarise yourself with the product (like how to hide the box covering the right half of the screen).

  5. Hi Paul

    I just couldn’t get rid of the damned thing – tried on three separate occasions.

    I think that unless you build a web site specifically to be rendered in that sort of way, the tool is going to fall over. A bit like using 3-D glasses to view a 2-D movie.

    Cheers!

    KerryJ