Microsoft Research Creates SurroundWeb, A Revolutionary 3D Browser Concept

“SurroundWeb enables least privilege for these immersive web pages by introducing two new abstractions: first, a Room Skeleton that enables least privilege for room rendering, unlike previous approaches that focus on inputs alone. Second, a Detection Sandbox that allows web pages to register content to show if an object is detected, but prevents the web server from knowing if the object is present.” You can read up the complete details in this PDF file, but it is very clear that this technology has uses beyond just a simple display of webpages and screen data. Set up, it is said, is easy breezy. The browser automatically scans the room for areas that it computes are suitable for displaying websites, and it is currently capable of projecting content at least 30 frames per second. Users can interact with it via gestures and voice.]]>

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