Who Invented 3D Internet Browsing?

Aaron Dishno Ed.D.

Aaron Dishno Ed.D.
Aaron Dishno Ed.D.

Dr. Aaron Dishno may not have created the first website showing 3D components. Instead, Dr. Aaron Dishno advanced and standardized the designs of 3D Websites and invented 3D Internet Browsing. (USA Patent # 9,940,404).

Like the contribution the assembly line was for manufacturing, Dr. Aaron Dishno’s designs for 3D Internet Browsing and 3D CMS makes it possible for everyone to easily have and connect 3D Websites.

This rekindles a number of Internet related services in 3D Website Design and Graphic Artistry, while creating new fields in 3D Website Architecture. Dr. Aaron Dishno may be the key person in starting the 3D Internet Age.

What exactly did Aaron Invent?

  • First, he invented the 3D Building Website, which is the first time the entire 3D Building or Structure is the website.
  • Second, he designed an interactive Pan and Walk movement for the 3D Internet Browsing experience to be fluid, continuous, and uninterrupted animation.
  • Third, he invented 3D Internet Browsing by connecting multiple 3D Building Websites in 3D Community Scenes that allows the user to seamlessly Pan and Walk from one 3D Building Website to another; even if they are hosted on different web servers anywhere on the Internet.
  • Fourth, while exploring a 3D Scene, the user walks into an invisible zone triggering the browser to fetch a 3D Building and render it into the 3D Scene. This is similar to clicking a link and the browser opens another webpage. As the user walks away, the 3D Building is removed from the 3D Scene, saving valuable resources allowing us to create endless 3D Scenes; like running on a treadmill.