PTM Puts New Face On 3-D Agent

Guglielmo, Connie
January 1999
Inter@ctive Week;01/11/99, Vol. 6 Issue 2, p35
Provides information on My Virtual Model, a three-dimensional (3-D) technology developed by Public Technologies Multimedia that will serve as a users' virtual representative while shopping at web sites. Features of the software; Capabilities planned by Louise Guay, developer of the software, to include for the future version of My Virtual Model; Companies that has signed commitment with Public Technologies Multimedia.


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