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Three-Dimensional Website Design Programming Language / Modelling

There could be a language that tells state-of-the-art computing systems how to display layers of information using x, y, and z coordinates, such as displaying a three-dimensional website.

This technology could be used with holographic technology, such as the display of a 3-dimensional interface, and information that takes up three dimensions of space. There could be 3d text, that can be viewed 1 page at a time, as all the pages are displayed, stacked one on top of the other.

And the entire display can be rotated, skewed, or distorted using standard display calibration with the 3-dimensional website browser technology.

This technology could also use 3d monitors, like those that have been invented in Russia.

This technology could also be used to create “touch” feelings based on different elements in the website, such that signals are sent to the brain using cybernetics or telepathy technology interfacing with neurons in the nervous system, to make it seem as though there is a feeling associated with touching specific elements on or in the website’s framework. An example of this would be the click sound and feel when you turn on a light switch.

This technology would be ideal for complex websites, while it may eventually be used by all websites. Different elements of the website could have different depths, such as displaying a building schematic on multiple layers, and then also a 3-dimensional object.

Another concept would be playing a game of Jenga through the 3d website interface, so you could actually feel the way it feels when you pull a block out from underneath, and the artificial telepathy systems could enhance the feelings and thoughts that you have when you put the piece on the top of the stack, and when the Jenga stack falls down, if your hand is at the bottom of the stack, you would see as well as feel as though the Jenga blocks actually fell on your hand, through the neural pathways to the brain using either cybernetics or artificial telepathy.

This technology could enhance the views of real estate, by showing interactive 3d models of the homes, and using VR technology, you could actually walk inside the home from afar, such as in another state or country, and actually touch objects that were recorded as being in the home when the model of it was taken, and you would actually be able to feel what the objects feel like, based on the sensors that capture the 3d model and extrapolate it into the 3d website – such that the model would be extremely precise, down to the molecular level, so that shinny objects would feel and appear shinny, while dull objects would appear dull. Heavy objects would be heavy to pick up, i.e. if you’re going to pick up wood to put in the fireplace. And the fireplace would be artificial, but it could still heat up and you would feel as though you were sitting in front of the fire with the VR.

There could be immersive environments based on 3d websites, such as 3d telepathic overlay through Visual Overlay, such that you could sit down with your partner, and remove the vision of all of the surroundings, as if you’re sitting in front of the fireplace, and it would feel warm, and there could be multiple instances of the 3d real estate model – so actually different people could use the model for different reasons. However, basically, any environmental characteristic of the real estate model could be recreated into a Virtual Reality environment, that would be completely immersive using Artificial Telepathy technology, that wouldn’t require a bulky headset – and you could basically experience different scenery or environments based on selecting where you want to go – not seeing the world through someone else’s eyes, but bringing the qualities and features of a scene to your immersive experience.

This would basically allow you to sit on a cliff top, watching the sun go down, from anywhere in the world. You could visit the Eifel Tower, and the system could recreate as if you are suspended at the top of the Eiffel Tower – and the Artificial Telepathy could create adrenaline rushes, and other hormones that would be specific to the experience of being on top of a large structure like that and looking down.

You could also re-create virtually any scene near the beach, by immersing yourself in the environment. You could feel the sand as it gets in your shoes as you walk along the beach. You could take off your shoes, and let your feet sink into the sand, and feel every grain as if you were there. You could go in the water, and the immersive environment would recreate the feelings based on specifications of the environment – such as the temperature of the water, seagulls flying overhead, people surfing.

In the case of other people being at the same scene, you could merge both the real environment, and the people that are at that environment, with people that are visiting with immersive technology through the 3d website. So, the people that are actually at the beach could see the people that are accessing it over the Internet. And the people accessing it over the Internet would be able to see the people that are there. Or, you could have the option to create a private scene – imagine what having sex at virtually any location would be like, if you could feel like you are there, and you aren’t physically there, so the laws of indecent exposure wouldn’t apply, and you would have a certain amount of privacy in your private viewing or immersion of a scene.

The immersive technology would work with the Artificial Telepathy systems, gathering intelligence about the scenes from space, and from multiple scanners at the location, that would send the 3d modelling with characteristics back to anyone who wanted to view / immerse in the scene.

This technology would basically make the automobile almost obsolete, because you wouldn’t need to actually go anywhere – you could bring everything to your living room, or bedroom.

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