Space Time

Monday, October 6, 2008

SpaceTime is a free consumer desktop software application than enables searching, shopping and browsing in a 3D environment. It was released in beta form on June 4, 2007 and is currently available for Windows 2000, XP, and Vista systems, with a Mac OS X version planned Space Time developers are currently working to port the product to the OpenGL framework in order to support the Linux and Unix operating systems.

 When using search engines including Google, Google Images, Yahoo!, Yahoo! Image, eBay, and Flickr, SpaceTime loads the first ten results as a stack of pages. SpaceTime is a certified member of the eBay Developers Program.[

CEO Eddie Bakhash began working on SpaceTime in 1999. The product debuted in beta on June 4 2007. On the day of the release, San Jose Mercury News journalist Dean Takahashi noted that the software was "the most advanced 3-D navigation system I've seen. It doesn't make me dizzy, except with the thoughts of what this could become."

The software's capabilities have been compared to other current browsing and 3D technologies such as in TechCrunch's comment that SpaceTime is "pure eye candy, sort of like Second Life meets Firefox."

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