Examples include: Sony Japan’s VRML 3.0, the cartoon network themes for Netscape Navigator, Post Pet’s twitter functionality, and even my attempt at reviving the VRML/X3D language through some new idea. 3D animation, 3D spaces seen within games, and other modern 3D examples do not have the same qualities as X3D. They are made by independent companies using software that is often complicated and expensive to use.
I strongly recommend the people responsible for Post Pet to develop something new that is as great as the original notion of having a pet send letters. New applications should replace those that are unsupported such as x-radar within the x-application program. Why is it that I always feel energetic when viewing webpages from the 1990s and early 2000s? Modern pages look good, but the ‘text’ does not have the ‘something’ which exists in the old webpages.