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3D internet with 3D Searching

Mukesh Patel, Meenakshi Garg

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15520/ijnd.2015.vol5.iss6.99.01-03

Abstract


3D Internet also known as virtual worlds is a powerful new way for you to reach consumers, business customers, co-workers, partners, and students. It combines the immediacy of television, the versatile content of the Web, and the relationship-building strengths of social networking sites like Facebook. Yet unlike the passive experience of television, the 3D Internet is inherently interactive and engaging. Virtual worlds provide immersive 3D experiences that replicate (and in some cases exceed) real life.

Advances in computing power combined with interactive modeling software, which lets users create images as queries for searches, have made 3Dsearch technology possible.

However, researchers at universities such as Purdue and Princeton have begun developing search engines that can mine catalogs of 3D objects, such as airplane parts, by looking for physical, not textual, attributes. Users formulate a query by using a drawing application to sketch what they are looking for or by selecting a similar     object from a catalog of images. The search engine then finds the items they want.

So, the concept of 3D internet is possible with the use of 3D searching.

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