Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 2nd Feb 2006 19:55 UTC, submitted by snielsen
General Development For years computer interfaces have been held back by two dimensions. The power and flexibility of three dimensional interfaces have remained the stuff of science fiction movies, video games and very custom high-end applications. Aoren Software now brings that power to everyday applications and operating systems through a window server and framework technology called Vision. Vision was designed from the ground up to break away from old paradigms and provide the interface needs of the next generation. Application developers can get their hands on the technology with the developer preview release and start creating programs that have previously resided only in the imagination.
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Marketing people
by dmdavis on Thu 2nd Feb 2006 21:01 UTC
dmdavis
Member since:
2005-07-06

How is it that when marketing people write something (because this blurb does not sound like a developer speaking), they can say so much while giving so little information?

designed from the ground up to break away from old paradigms and provide the interface needs of the next generation

What on earth does that mean?

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RE: Marketing people
by kewenlian on Fri 3rd Feb 2006 14:41 in reply to "Marketing people"
kewenlian Member since:
2006-02-03

Actually go to the site to find out what that means! "Company" and "FAQ" tell you about the "Marketing people", "Overview" explains that the aim is to provide a flexible platform / tools for developers who are "forward-looking."

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RE: Marketing people
by hobgoblin on Fri 3rd Feb 2006 16:29 in reply to "Marketing people"
hobgoblin Member since:
2005-07-06

bullshit bingo...

btw, it reminds me more of neuromancer nad the gibson system in hackers then it reminds me of minority report ;)

and wasnt minority report mostly 2D?

still, it seems there is more to this then bad 3D graphtics. there seems to be support for input devices outside of the mouse and keyboard. maybe thats where the minority report comparison on their page comes from?

Edited 2006-02-03 16:33

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