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Content Equivalence

Can we really achieve easy morphing from one content type to another? Imagine a well structured lab printed manual being converted to an audio file into an actual video showing steps of a process? All automagically, of course. 

Well, not so magical after all! Just when I was looking at Content Equivalence, comes New Scientist with an exciting report on a new innovation called CarSim. This allows written text to be converted into 3D images! I got yet another reference to the work being done in this area – with WordsEye. Wordseye is at http://www.semanticlight.com/ .

And while you are at it, do go look at this really imaginative site – Ecomagination.

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