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Tilt: Visualize Web page DOMs in 3D

As a software developer I often find the need to dive into the DOM of a Web page, and I usually use the Firebug or Web Developer plug-ins for Firefox to do this.  So, I was intrigued when I came across Tilt, a Firefox plug-in that visualizes a Web page in 3D.  The video clip below shows Tilt in action.

I installed the Tilt plug-in and took it for a test flight.  I’ll be sticking with Firebug and Web Developer for the time being; Tilt represents a cool example of WebGL used for 3D visualization but it’s more of developer’s toy than a serious development tool.

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