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- Subject: Re: [ANN] TNG 3D Web plugin released
- From: Dario Accornero <adario@...>
- Date: Tue, 17 Mar 2009 02:22:44 +0100
We've just had a list member report that Safari 4 does not seem to
work correctly on Mac OS X Leopard -- Safari 3 works just fine, though
(on Mac OS X Tiger as well).
We have already reported the bug to Apple; in the meanwhile, on Mac OS
X Leopard please use Safari 3 or Firefox or another browser of your
Thanks for your patience,
On 17 Mar 2009, at 01:18, Dario Accornero wrote:
I am pleased to announce that Immaginaria Ltd. has just released
TNGPlayer, the first component of its TNG 3D software suite.
TNGPlayer is a free Web plugin for Windows and Mac OS X for
visualizing interactive 3D presentations in all major browsers. It
requires QuickTime and a shaders-capable OpenGL graphics card.
The plugin and several demos of the technology are available at:
Besides handling configuration tasks, Lua is used in TNG 3D for
scripting objects in the world, making them interact with the user,
and managing resources within a presentation. LuaSocket is used for
network access. LuaJIT is planned for future revisions.
I would like to thank the list members for their precious
contributions, which helped us many times over the last few years
with integrating Lua into TNG 3D. Please feel free to email me
privately if you have questions or comments about our technology.