SummaryThe project aims to create virtual reality interface for computer applications by replacing the 2d GUI with 3d Virtual world (Interface) it will be full, user-friendly because it's applications seems like the Real-world. It will be based on *NIX systems like Gnome and KDE. It will be under GPL so that it will take the advantages of Free Software technologies and feel free to use and contribute. One of it's goals is to move to the Next-Generation of the Computer Controling (Virtual Controllers). ExamplesSimply imagine that all of the applications that you are using now will change to the look of the real world objects. It's open to you to think of the applications because we aim to simulate the real world in virtual world. Reading e-book from 3d virtual book instead of reading it on window. Current statusTrying to make Basic representation of the project. Working with blender API and Linux API to make 3d file browser in Blender. We will buy the domain soon. Road Map
This is a rough description of where we are in the Virtual Reality interface project and where we might go as a begining (first basic stage) of the project.
Working with blender API and Linux API to make simple 3d file browser in Blender Engine. Phase 2
Booting the Blender Engine directly as an interface with GDM. Phase 3
Developing the GTK+ Libraries to Fit and ease the migration of the old 2d interface applications to the new interface. HardwareVideo glasses Wired glove Motion Sensors such as Natal We will not implement this kind of hardware until finishing the first stage of developing.
For contributing send e-mail to Al.Wazery@gmail.com
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