But the meeting actually started with OMG! stares and stifled yawns. Actually a PPT did it. The presenter had done his homework.
That's pretty much how all of us were sitting at the meeting.
OMG! Can you believe that this bit of work is XML coding? Most of us couldn't. There was even a 360 degree rotating image of a room that Karthik slapped us with. Vidhyavathi was kind enough to explain that all you need to do this is 6 perfect photographs. One each of the four walls, one of the ceiling and one of the floor. It is then stitched together to give you a 360 degree view of a room!
‘Interesting’ is putting it mildly. When we left, most of us were excited. Why, we even thanked Karthik.
Correction: The face thing is done using Away3D and PixelBender. The room that's mentioned in the post is done using Papervision3D.