The Register: Sun to Share 3-D Stash with Developers
May 27, 2004, 19:00 (5 Talkback[s])
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"Software developers will soon have their chance to smoke what
Sun Microsystems is rolling.
"At the JavaOne conference next month, Sun will release a
developer kit for its Project Looking Glass 3-D software. This will
be the first time Sun has let anyone outside of the company fiddle
with the dadaist code, and the move confirms that Project Looking
Glass is heading toward a general release on Linux and Solaris.
Also on the desktop front, El Reg can confirm that AOL plans to
take its $300 PC package, first reported here, from trial to
full-blown program, including Sun's StarOffice software as part of