Over the last few months we have proven some exciting features for
inSpace. These features now give us the confidence to rename our concept
to the “inSpace Desktop”, and shows the first steps to wards our vision
of the future of how we will interact with computers in the future.
As development progresses our desktop will become increasingly
functional and relevant to users as a general purpose share-able
desktop, media viewer and presentation tool.
We have integrated the Chromium open source web browser into our desktop
which allows users to bookmark web pages in their webSpace and view /
navigate them as you would with any normal web browser. Web links can be
easily copied and pasted into any selected webSpace node in order to set
3D Model Viewer
We have begun to integrate high quality 3D content into the desktop.
Currently our interface browses untextured 3D print models in STL and
OBJ formats. These files need to be uploaded to our servers via our web
portal api.inspace.tv <http://api.inspace.tv/> <http://api.inspace.tv
<http://api.inspace.tv/>> before they can be viewed
and shared in webSpace.
Configuring webSpace Layout
We have started the work required to configure the structure of webSpace
in real time using drag and drop although this is still very much work
As well as the above, we have been working hard to iron out bugs and
make our core platform more and more resilient and faster. Our current
release allows webSpace to be smoothly navigated with a high degree of
concurrent object loads.
Work for the next update
We hope to have another update our before Christmas. This will include
more work on drag and drop as well as our permissioning system which
allows you to safely share things with your friends, publicly or keep