Firefox Browser With RT Fact

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  1. Celestra

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    March 3, 2010

    Special 3 D Effects are about two weeks from release for the "Firefox Browser," according to Professor Slusallek of Saaland University. The browser was being demonstrated Wednesday at the Cebit Trade show. This is an integrated fast software that performs real-time ray tracing, which is aided by faster processors. (Dubbed RT Fact)

    RT Fact will be integrated into Firefox and Webkit, the rendering engine for browsers such as "Safari" and "Chrome". The images are then described using XML3D, part of the HTML Web Programming Language. With the integration of HTML, it means that every Web Programmer can directly apply their entire knowledge to 3 D (No plug- ins required)
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