Today I received this link with a Sierpinski tetrahedron fractal from Dr. Teague
while working with kids at the Discovery Museum in Reno. Since I did not have time to sit down with a computer, I just opened the link on my Android smartphone – and it worked! For a complex 3D geometry, pretty cool. The rotation was not smooth, but one can not expect that from the phone’s weak graphics card. Soon, the links such as the one above will get LIVE – it will be possible to edit their contents and run them directly from the web browser where you view them. This new functionality is now being tested, and it will be released during January.