Need some simple explanation about VRML

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Hi guys, can anyone please give me a simple explanation about “Virtual Reality Modeling Language (VRML)”,is there any specific browser need to execute VRLM?

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Need some simple explanation about VRML

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Dear,

(Virtual Reality Modeling Language) It is basically a 3d graphic language which is used on web.  Whenever, you download a web page of VRML (Virtual Reality Modeling Language) category.  Its contents can be viewed and rotated counter. It has been launched to watch from within a web browser.

The first VRML (Virtual Reality Modeling Language) viewer is SGI from web space, whose Open Graphics Library was the base web space for development. Cosmo Player, Worldview and Cortona are other popular Windows viewers which are also used. Octaga and the Free WRL are the MAC viewers only.
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Need some simple explanation about VRML

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VRML stands for Virtual Reality Modeling Language. It is pronounced as “vermal”. It is a language that describes 3-dimensional image sequences or 3D and potential user interactions that go with them. With the help of VRML, you can create a series of visual images into web settings where a user is able to interact by means of moving, rotating, viewing, and or interacting with an actual 3D scene.

Earlier than 1995, it was originally known as Virtual Reality Markup Language. It is a standard file format for signifying 3-dimensional interactive vector graphics. It was succeeded by X3D. VRML is actually in a text format wherein you can indicate the edges and vertices for a 3D polygon including the surface color, shininess, UV mapped textures, transparency, and more.

To be able to view a VRML file, you need to have a VRML browser or a viewer which can also be a plug-in for your web browser. Examples of viewers you can download and install in Microsoft Windows are: Fountain, WebFX, WorldView, Platinum's Cosmo Player, and blaxxun's CC Pro. For Mac users, you have Voyager and Whurlwind.

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