SpaceTime has officially launched its SpaceTime 1.0 3D web browser, which turns internet searches, YouTube videos, eBay listings and all manner of other web content into 3D elements that swoosh around the screen.
It’s got some neat features too, such as when you use it to make a web search (think Google, Yahoo, eBay, Amazon, Flickr or YouTube), it loads up ten results as a time as separate pages, which you can then flick between within the 3D interface.
It also stacks YouTube videos in a reel, lets you zoom in on Google and Yahoo pages, and lets you save the arrangement of web pages for later browsing. It’s a Windows-only application for the moment, and you’ll need a PC with at least 512MB of RAM and 128MB of video RAM to run it. Get it from the link below.
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By Stuart Dredge | January 7th, 2008