Taking the Z axis into cyberspace Cybelius' TouchMore does require some Java knowledge, but it has the tools to make 3D websites more interactive
With the increasing use of the Internet for both training applications and e-commerce, many developers and designers are looking for better ways to integrate and communicate with users of screen-based systems. We live in a 3D world and often the best way to communicate an idea quickly is to use three dimensions.
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