Monday, March 21, 2011

Break time

I'm working on the automation side of the system so theres not much news to blog about except, of course, that I'm waiting on Native Client to release it's first beta. The last release had very little I could use to further the Virtual Urantia system along.

When I realized that very few people were willing to download and install the system, it became clear to me that it had to work on the net without installation. I began to concentrate on how to get it working there. After a few failed tries with 3d platforms running on the net, I began to feel that maybe it would take decades to get it working.

The problem, you see, is that no system existed on the net that would allow the system to run properly on the net. The only system viable was Active X on Microsoft Windows. I'm a cross platform kind of guy, that is, what I develop has to run across multiple types of computers so I won't create software that is that limited to only Windows. I am committed to this decision.

Imagine my excitement when I found that Google was releasing a cross platform client that would take my software and run it across multiple types of computers, even cell phones based on the ARM processor brain.
So now I am playing a waiting game with this Native Client system. When they release, I'll be able to take the Virtual Urantia system and place it on the net. After looking at some the work on the initial non protected tests they ran on this Native Client, I am certain it will work.

Till then, I'll concentrate on the utilitarian side of the system, which will allow me to release a fully animated and automated 3d view of your home, business, building, human body or Power Plant over the Internet. I am quite confident it will help the world see in ways we could only dream of, the world of sensors mixed with artificial intelligence and 3d.

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