Mobile phone and tablet access to docs, and interactive meeting participation with audio, change of viewpoint, and simple control of shared documents.
Audio bridged to the public switched telephone network.
The whole multi-user, multi-app realtime environment running within a single Web page.
Automatically recording events to a tagging system.
Connecting any objects as
a concept map
using stretchy light beams that you can travel along by touching them.
Virtual glasses that let different participants see
different sets of annotations on objects
Generating new in-world objects on-demand by
sketching and painting in 2d or 3d
collaboratively program 2d and 3d behavior
as they are using it.
How can all this be possible? Magic. But
What Have We Made?
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