R2001 WebRing Dialog on their new 4-Corners World Gallery
[r2001 00292] AN IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT
Sat, 21 Feb 1998 09:03:11 +0200
"Aleksi Aaltonen" <email@example.com>
I'm proud to announce that the R2001 VR Gallery is up and running!!!!!!! The Gallery construction was made by Pygoya from LightHome Hawaii. So our eternal gratitudes should be directed to him. And also to LadyHawk who made a beautiful banner for the Gallery. And I will be happy to take all blame if you consider something not well done.
Anyway, to view the VR Gallery you need to install Virtus Player, which you may download free (see the links at the VR Gallery page). An also to hear the background music you need to have RealAudio. For some reason the RealAudio was a RealSilence in my Netscape, but I'm working on it and soon it must be heard in all browsers. In IE4 everything works fine already now. The Gallery itself works in all browsers.
So... take a look at http://r2001.com/virtualreality/r2001vrgallery.html to see the greatest digital presentation the art world has ever seen in the internet! Or you may go there through the VR section of r2001.com
[r2001 00293] R2001 VR Gallery
Sat, 21 Feb 98 19:53:27 +0900
Seiji Ueoka <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I saw the wonderful R2001 VR Gallery. I would like to congratulate
Pygoya, Aleksi, LadyHawk, and everyone else who participated making the
section. I enjoyed it very much!
[r2001 00294] Help!!
Sat, 21 Feb 1998 16:27:40 +0100
ADOLF taller d'art
Now I have r2001.wsb in my computer.
But I don't see the links to download Virtus Player in VR Gallery Page.
What must I do?? Thanks!
[r2001 00295] Re: Help!!
Sat, 21 Feb 1998 10:46:53 -0500 (EST)
From: warren <email@example.com>
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Subject: [r2001 00298] Re: Woooww!!!!!
Adolf wrote: Congratulations to all that have made possible r2001 VR
Gallery. It's fantastic!
Ditto! And well worth all the warnings, error messages and crashes that
preceded my finally sneaking in the back way to steal a peek at all that
forbidden candy. I especially liked that great golden wall with a hole in
it. (Tried desperately to crawl in, but couldn't find the key. Open
sesame?) Seiji's tree sparkled! In fact, I found the experience not
unlike visiting la MoMA. Lots of quality stuff - even in low rez.
Now, how about a concert hall?
Once again, congratulations to ALL!