Google Chrome Experiments with 3-D

April 1st, 2009 - 10:43 pm ICT by GD  

Google has gone a step ahead with its mastery over artificial intelligence with the creation of the world’s first Cognitive Autoheuristic Distributed-Intelligence Entity (CADIE) which is a computer that can make changes at Google. An early project for Cadie was a 3 dimensional version of Google Chrome because “81% of households had red/blue 3D glasses lying around.”

Using stereoscopy to provide the illusion of depth by presenting a slightly different image to each eye. It is surprising that this was not done earlier because Stereoscopy as a technology has been available since the 1940s There is an option to print out glasses to experience three dimensional web. What was the rationale for creating this? Google says that there was a lack of connection between the web world and the real world where one was two dimensional and the other had three dimensions, so this gap needed to be narrowed. The need to do this could be fufiled by a way to access the web in 3D. Hence, it was created.

The three dimensional structure works on all sites because Cadie has developed a technology that can convert any web page into anaglyph in real time. Unless a viewer has a case of Presbyopia or any other accommodative disorder, one can view the three dimensional web immediately.

Eight individuals were asked to test the functionality of the web in 3D and the success rate was 100% in all cases. One has to simply print out the glasses and then download Google Chrome 3D. But if you are already a Google Chrome user you need to close all windows and restart the application in order to view the pages in 3D.

This is an April Fools’ Day joke.

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