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YACFUC: Yet Another Call For Use Cases!!

Hello Ladies and Gentlemen….given that few people are able to participate in the weekly telecon we decided that it would be a good idea to solicit more information from the vast group listening in on the mailing list!! 😉

This is simply a friendly reminder and plea asking for more Use Cases.

Take a look at the public wiki page for the Use Cases and Requirements located at:

(see I’m making it easy…all you have to do is click!)

We really want to get input from industry, people who actually have a need for 3D on the Web…what would you like to do with it?

What type of applications would you like to see this technology address?

Do you have a non-toy application that requires industrial strength graphics to accomplish your mission?

Do you have a toy application that you would just like to see implemented for fun?

No use case is too big or too small…the idea is to generate technical requirements based on the use cases.

We don’t want to simply generate a bunch of cool requirement for academicians (no disrespect to them) that have little value in the real world..we want to make this stuff useful for real world applications.


Don’t limit yourself to current technology..think outside (wait for it…) the box 😉

So you’re itching to contribute?

Great…the simplest thing you can do is just email your use case to the list! That’s it your on your way to being the next great contributor of Declarative 3D!

Please try to contain your excitement 🙂

Fame and fortune are sure to follow.

Want to make things more formal? Just join the group…it’s free, easy and open to all!

To join go to:

and click on the “request an account” link in the little upper right “login” box.

We look forward to your cases!

thanks….Sandy Ressler

One Response to YACFUC: Yet Another Call For Use Cases!!

  • I published SVG based data which may be kind of decralative3D data.

    The one is contour line data by SVG with altitude metadata.

    Another is PNG graphics refered by SVG. Relation with the color table of bit image and the altitude are described in SVG.

    Such data has only restrictive 3D properties. However, some advantages are the expansion of existing 2D data. Will such a thing be examined here, too?


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