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* Version: MPL 1.1/GPL 2.0/LGPL 2.1
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* The Original Code is Tilt: A WebGL-based 3D visualization of a webpage.
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* Victor Porof <> (original author)
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<em:description>Tilt is a fun new Firefox extension focused on creating a 3D visualization of a webpage, drawn using WebGL. Since the DOM is essentially a tree-like representation of a document, this tool layers each node based on the nesting in the tree, creating stacks of elements, each having a corresponding depth and being textured according to the webpage rendering.</em:description>
<em:creator>Victor Porof</em:creator>
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