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Other Web Sites of Interest

Dynamic Timelines - Visualising Historical Information in Three Dimensions

Egyptian Reconstructions, University of Chicago,

Egyptian Tomb of Menna, Manchester Metropolitan University


Learning Sites Inc,

Object Immersion: Database-Driven VRML and Robocam Technology in the Virtual Museum by A. Russo, accessed 29/05/98.

The Miller Project: A Virtual Library of Significant Historical Buildings in their Original Form,

The VRML Repository,

Time Travels in Virtual Online Landscapes

VRML Works,


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