What features and/or functionality are missing from the current standard
For 20 years, the Web3D Consortium has developed and maintained a open, royalty free, ISO ratified and well documented standardized markup language for transmitting and displaying 3D content on the web called X3D. As 3D content creation and use is now fast becoming democratized by significant advances in software and hardware, the Consortium wants to continue to evolve the standard to protect content creators from vendor lock-in and high value and archival 3D content from file format obsolescence.
- The existing X3D standard (ISO/IEC 19775-1:2013)
- X3DOM - a popular WebGL implementation