RE: [rp-ml] 3D Video Conferencing Software

From: JohnIrvin <>
Date: Thu Jan 10 2008 - 17:11:19 EET

You need to do netmeeting. The people can then look at what you are doing on
your computer in real time. All you have to know is your ip address so that
the others can call in. it is a great tool.

-----Original Message-----
From: [] On Behalf
Of Jonathan Chertok (Universal Joint)
Sent: Tuesday, January 08, 2008 5:06 PM
To: Rp-ml
Subject: [rp-ml] 3D Video Conferencing Software

Hi All.

Is anyone aware of "3D conferencing software" that would let me walk
someone through a 3D model in real time if they are at a remote location

Does this kind of thing cost an arm and a leg?

If so, and assuming there is a chance of finding it here at the University
of Texas, it would also be great to find out what I should be asking for,
how I would get the party at the remote location set up etc.

Many Thanks,


Universal Joint Design Associates 
Jonathan Chertok. Principal
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