WEB - Mapping ala DOOM

Michael Maier (michael_maier@qmgate.anl.gov)
14 Jun 1994 13:51:45 -0600

Reply to: WEB : Mapping ala DOOM
On 6/14/94 1:32 PM
Mike Roberts addson
On Tue, 14 Jun 1994 13:31:11 -0400 John W. Barrus wrote:
<<I'm also not sure that we actually need to be able to do
realtime "full-rendered" walk throughs ala doom on low capacity machines>>
I beg to differ. The cool thing about DOOM is it isn't x/y/z 3d info(that's
why it's fast and DOOM is already networkable). Check out the specs at


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Date: Tue, 14 Jun 1994 11:18:24 PDT
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Subject: Re: WEB : Mapping out communal cyberspace
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