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Early Modern Literary Studies Special Issue 13 (April, 2004)
Technical Note about Virtual Reality browser software

This issue of Early Modern Literary Studies is concerned with modelling of performance spaces and is illustrated with pictures of the Virtual Reality (VR) models provided by the authors, and in certain cases with copies of the models themselves. The models are built in Virtual Reality Modelling Language (VRML, pronounced ver-mul) and cannot directly be read by the latest versions of the two most popular web-browers, Microsoft Internet Explorer and Netscape Navigator. To see the models using these browsers, readers should install a VRML 'plug-in' that extends the capabilities of Internet Explorer or Netscape Navigator. Two such products are called 'Cortona' and 'Cosmo Player' and links to free copies of these products, one each for Microsoft Windows and Apple Macintosh computers, are provided below.

Cortona plug-in for Microsoft Internet Explorer and Netscape Navigator (Windows version)

Cosmo Player plug-in for Microsoft Internet Explorer and Netscape Navigator (Windows version)

Cortona plug-in for Microsoft Internet Explorer and Netscape Navigator (Apple Mac version)

Cosmo Player plug-in for Microsoft Internet Explorer and Netscape Navigator (Apple Mac version)

 


 


2004-, Matthew Steggle (Editor, EMLS).