“Copernicus: 3D Wikipedia”

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    Copernicus: 3D Wikipedia

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    In this paper we present one of the potential paths of the evolution of Wikipedia towards Web 3.0. We introduce Copernicus – The Virtual 3D Encyclopedia, which was built according to 2-Layer Interface Paradigm (2LIP). The background layer of the 2LIP-type user interface is a 3D scene, which a user cannot directly interact with. The foreground layer is HTML content. Only taking an action on this content (e.g. pressing a hyperlink) can affect the 3D scene.

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    1. Jankowski, J., and Kruk, S. R. 2008. 2lip: The step towards the web3d. In Proceedings of WWW’08 Conference, ACM.
    2. Risden, K., Czerwinski, M. P., Munzner, T., and Cook, D. 2000. An initial examination of ease of use for 2D and 3D information visualizations of web content. International Journal of Human Computer Studies 53, 5 (Nov.), 695–714.


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