Standards
Thursday, 25 July
3:30 - 5:30 pm
Room 206

Session Chair
Dena Slothower
Stanford University


Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG): The World Wide Web Consortium's Recommendation for High Quality Web Graphics

Scalable Vector Graphics, a language for describing two-dimensional graphics and animation in XML, is the Web standard developed by the World Wide Web Consortium.

Dean Jackson
World Wide Web Consortium
dean@w3.org

Max Froumentin
Chris Lilley
World Wide Web Consortium

Vincent Hardy
Sun Microsystems, Inc.



The Xj3D Browser: Community-Based 3D Software Development

Technical and organizational issues surrounding the community development process of the Xj3D browser, an open-source API for developing X3D and VRML 97 applications.

Alan D. Hudson
Yumetech, Inc.
giles@yumetech.com

Justin Couch
Stephen N. Matsuba
Yumetech, Inc.



SMIL: An Introduction

The SMIL language enables interactive audio-visual multimedia for the Web. This summary of its key features explains some of the key insights into the Web-language design that influenced SMIL's development.

Philipp Hoschka
World Wide Web Consortium/INRIA
ph@w3.org







Summaries of SIGGRAPH 2002 Web Graphics presentations are available in the SIGGRAPH 2002 Conference Abstracts and Applications
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