Finally, I’ve found a possibly valid application for VRML: the visualizations I’ve been trying to produce. One of the real disconnects in this whole thing is the way the end-user/client can’t interact with the data in the same way I can while developing it. Even if I *could* get a good movie output. Maybe VRML can be the answer I’ve been looking for?

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