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PostSubject: 3d images search powered by google and perl   Fri 5 May - 18:06

http://www.vrmlworlds.com/scenes/google_images/

You can figure the rest of it out on your own Laughing

Not only is this a blatent abuse of google's and other website's bandwidth but its also very bug ridden. Embarassed Fun though none the less, respect the copyright of images you find.


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PostSubject: Re: 3d images search powered by google and perl   Sat 6 May - 5:12

Very Happy True, it's fun !

And it brings me back to an old question :

How could a 3D Browser be used to organize/visualize information in a better way than a 2D Browser (4D) ?

I guess (and you'll agree) that this point is still to be answered...

But, thank's, this example is not only funny, it also shows that a lot can be done with vrml in combination with php, perl, etc ...

Questions :

Can Google's results be parsed ? Shocked

Could Bablefish's results be parsed ? that would be a big robbery, but fun and even more usefull !!!

Regarding blank spaces and such ... did you try to escape or urlencode ? (sure you did! heheh, sorry).

Why don't you use your "vrml keybord mapping input field" to let us search from within this world ?

Thanks again,

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PostSubject: Re: 3d images search powered by google and perl   Sat 6 May - 14:00

peter le cochon wrote:
Very Happy True, it's fun !

And it brings me back to an old question :

How could a 3D Browser be used to organize/visualize information in a better way than a 2D Browser (4D) ?

I guess (and you'll agree) that this point is still to be answered...

But, thank's, this example is not only funny, it also shows that a lot can be done with vrml in combination with php, perl, etc ...

Questions :

Can Google's results be parsed ? Shocked

Could Bablefish's results be parsed ? that would be a big robbery, but fun and even more usefull !!!

Regarding blank spaces and such ... did you try to escape or urlencode ? (sure you did! heheh, sorry).

Why don't you use your "vrml keybord mapping input field" to let us search from within this world ?

In theory you can do something simular to normal google results, the text would be hard to read though. 3D text doesn't look good or its just hard to read.

I'll have a go at attaching my existing 3D google search system to this world soon.

The main problem now is turning links to the next page etc into another 3d results page, and also doing something with the layout.
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PostSubject: Re: 3d images search powered by google and perl   Sat 6 May - 14:54

wow I haven't seen that yesterday !

thanx Peter Smile

well , very funny all that .....
wow I am also very happy to see that Louise is not dead , if I can add that ......

well sometimes it opens a link , somtimes none .........normal ,??

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PostSubject: Re: 3d images search powered by google and perl   Sun 7 May - 9:52

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3D text doesn't look good or its just hard to read

That's true. I did find out that - in my oppinion - vrml text is better readable if it uses a bright emissive color and if you use arial italics ... but even that way it's hard to read and even worse : the renderer is getting tough work with few lines to be displayed (seems to be IFS, as it might be texturized)...

Don't you know any proto which uses a texture mapped with texture coordinates upon a simple surface?

It should be easy to implement, better readable and less heavy work for our GPUs ...

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PostSubject: Re: 3d images search powered by google and perl   Sun 7 May - 13:11

alain wrote:

well , very funny all that .....
wow I am also very happy to see that Louise is not dead , if I can add that ......

well sometimes it opens a link , somtimes none .........normal ,??

there are basically two types of links.
1) links to google pages (home page or next result page) which do open in a new window.
2) links to searched images which have to actual links, the first is to the fullsize image which is loaded to replace the thumbnail, the second is to the website itself.

When I redo the 3d layout it will make a lot more sense anyway.
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PostSubject: Re: 3d images search powered by google and perl   Sun 7 May - 13:26

Oh !!

don't worry !!!!
I have a very stupid puter since months !
I never take time to clean it well , so .....hummm

about Google I have Google images working ..........
but not Google !!
Sad(
stupid Alain , LOL

so I use Alatvista when I don't search images ! pffffffffffffff

well I guee it is the reasons why sometimes I didn't got files there .......


Sometimes I think we must have 2 lifes :
one to use the puter
one more to clean it ................

Sad

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PostSubject: Re: 3d images search powered by google and perl   Tue 9 May - 14:12

http://prototypes.voltano.de/googlemat/index.php

What a Face sort of the same, but older...

Seems like allways several people without any connection work on the same stuff at once (Wright Bros. suffered the same problem while inventing the plane Very Happy )


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PostSubject: Re: 3d images search powered by google and perl   Wed 17 May - 18:36

During months ( years ? ) I didn't use an antivirus ,
then I used spybot , then ad-aware , they are free ....

then ....my puter ,after months and mon,ths became very dirty ...

as I said aboce ( about Google )

And my great son said to me : the 2 anti viruses you have dont find trojans , just spywares ..
so I tried avast.com ,
it cleaned many things , for free .......
and ......just now I had the idea to check google !
Google works !!! ahahahhah

Smile

will (re) check now your world , fab ......

hummmm ,

I have in some place on my desk and in my head the purpose to finish the work about "keyboards "
( oooopssssss pity , I am so late , excusez moi : (

is it still neccessary ????????
or all is ok with your apache ???????

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PostSubject: Re: 3d images search powered by google and perl   Wed 17 May - 18:41

ooopssssssss strange Rolling Eyes
it opens only images.google

?????? !!

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PostSubject: Re: 3d images search powered by google and perl   Fri 4 Aug - 18:18

OK lastest version, major upgrades.

1) I attached my 3d search front end.
2) I got all the 2nd, 3rd etc page links working.

http://www.vrmlworlds.com/scenes/google_images/

Still have to do something with the layout, should be easier now though.
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PostSubject: Re: 3d images search powered by google and perl   Fri 4 Aug - 19:55

excellent! very fun way tosearh for images. this has got me wondering, how can one improve the information layout in 3d space? i think perhaps one of the advantages of 3d space is NOT necessarily related to efficiency, but rather to FUN. What a Face
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PostSubject: Re: 3d images search powered by google and perl   Sun 7 Jan - 16:24

I have a very nice teacher ( teaching me architecture Smile

who sent me this gretaings card :

http://www.geogreeting.com/view.html?z.Jk-68+gff1ewR+l0xhILC+np

works well Smile

very good Smile

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PostSubject: Re: 3d images search powered by google and perl   Thu 1 Feb - 14:30

New look google images site broke my server scripting:(


Back to the drawing board, the changes are too complex and require a big re-write.
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