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3DXplorer Enables Online Meetings within 3D Rooms

By DE Editors

Altadyn (Irvine, CA & Paris, France) released Online Meeting, which is included in its newest update of 3DXplorer, version 4.2. The company describes 3DXplorer as the first plug-in-less browser-based 3D virtual-world creation platform.

The additional application bridges the gap between web3D and web conferencing by combining convenience and easy access of current solutions with an immersive and interactive 3DXplorer experience.

Online Meeting contains all the elements of a typical remote conferencing — like shared presentations, instant messaging, and live conversation through Skype — while adding a new dimension to the online experience. Online Meeting places the event into an interactive 3DXplorer virtual space.

3DXplorer users can subscribe to premium Online Meeting services starting at $41 per month. All former free features of the 3DXplorer platform — for development, authoring, and display for small or mid-size websites — are still free.

Web meeting software vendors can take advantage of this new technology, as these features can also be fully integrated into any existing online meeting or web conferencing solution through 3DXplorer’s API.

3DXplorer is the only browser-based independent 3D platform for visiting and building 3D virtual worlds, web sites, and web applications, says the company. Based on industry standards such as Java, 3DXplorer make 3D environments immediately viewable on any PC or Mac and on any browser, without the need to install special plug-ins or client software.

The new Online Meeting module includes application sharing, full desktop sharing, multi-presenters meetings, seated pose, pop-up zoom, and laser pointer.

For more information, visit Altadyn.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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