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Posted by  Per Corell on October 09, 2002 at 11:33:55:

In Reply to:  Re: humanization architecture and planet of the apes! posted by BRUTUS on October 09, 2002 at 10:18:14:

The 3 Axis first ;
Try that with vision with one eye ;))

Please patterns will form from a represantation of what ticle the brains neural networks, guess that would have a chance, here 20 years into the computer age we are still stoneage. 3D-H are more computer friendly ,than the 3D computing methods develobed the past 250 years.
Then what's new about putting it on a computer, what's new in that except the computer.
Surely we need weightless inviroments, maby just for robots, then if you would just belive your eyes you don't _need_ to se everything 3 axis. Turn the z axis 45 deg. two planes, and an intergrated structure will prove the logic. If you want to live there shuld from my point of view be an option, not a matter conservatism versus me being even more conservative on behave of the arts ; now arts provided what you Romans asked then you don't want it ;))

 
 
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