By David C. Kay and Douglas Muder.
(For Macintosh and Windows) The World-Wide Web now offers real 3D: not just solid-looking text and graphics, but worlds you can actually walk through and interact with. The language that lets these worlds exist is called VRML, or Virtual Reality Modeling Language. If you would like to view or create these 3D worlds on the Web, but don't want to learn a geeky, arcane language, this is the book you want.
About VRML and 3D on the Web For Dummies.
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