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In the first two years of existence (until about 2017), this Blog was used to publish philosophy and some general considerations about the 3D Web. I did this in German language, so sorry for that. Nevertheless, you are invited to have a look to the archives.
Then I changed more and more to write about my hobby project SrrTrains v0.01, which is a vision of a mixed reality model railroad (it is actually a vision, because the project is CLOSED / Waiting for 3rd Party Interest):
Figure 1: Virtual Players (VP) and Real Players (RP) of a VR Enhanced Model Railroad and an Interface To Reality (ITR) are connected via a Connectivity Platform (CP)
The Template Projects S&P-ARK and P&S-ARK
The project SrrTrains is related to three other projects of the projects that I am currently handling:
|Project||Home Page||Status (2019-08-15)|
SrrTrains 1.0 (tbd.)
|N.I.L. / DIGITS||N/A||Not Started|
The description of all seven (7) projects can be found at https://letztersein.com/die-projekte (German language).
SrrTrains and DIGITS were inspired by some “initial inspiration” (before 2007, as I wrote).
Then the SRR Framework was inspired by the SrrTrains project: we outsourced the SRR Framework to an own sourceforge project in 2009.
Then the SMUOS Framework was inspired by the SRR Framework: we outsourced the “base module” of the SRR Framework to an own sourceforge project in 2013.
The projects S&P-ARK and P&S-ARK are “template projects”. That means, they are not “real” projects but I use them to publish my opinion about projects that SHOULD be started, imho.
S&P-ARK should elaborate the “community requirements” for the Network Sensor Node (NSN) and then – after its implementation – use it.
P&S-ARK should elaborate the “heavenly requirements” for the Network Sensor Node (NSN) and then – after its implementation – use it.
Also S&P-ARK and P&S-ARK could use SMUOS, optionally.
The best and latest overview can be found at the “Hobby Report #13 – The Decision”, at THIS LINK.