RDF Triples over HTML5 WebSockets

From the beginning, I wanted Nexus to be a collaborative visualization system allowing multiple clients in multiple locations to see the same visualizations in real-time.  The issue that arises here is knowing "where" in the 3D semantic web visualization the other clients (people/avatars) are and what direction they are looking at.  In the 3D digital world, you have the concept of a "camera".  This is essentially your point-of-view in a particular 3D simulation.  As the camera moves, your view of the model changes as well.  In order to know where the other clients are in the simulation

SPARQL 1.1 Controlled 3D RDF Visualization - from a Force-Directed Layout to a Molecular Visualization of DNA using Nexus in OpenSimulator

Nexus is an experiment with Semantic Web RDF data visualized in three dimensiodians that can be done collaboratively amongst many people (and concurrently) at disparate locations.  Nexus also acts as a platform to try out various design ideas, technologies, and methodologies.  The original Nexus

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