Hi Paul. You didn’t miss it. There are a variety of reasons why Intuiface isn’t on the Web but I’ll give you two big ones:
- Putting Player on the Web would require an entirely new business model. We have a per-device subscription model for Player. No way we can do that for something that can be opened in any random Web browser. In fact, does that mean we’re competing with Wix and Webflow? The mind boggles at the implications so we’re not going there, not any time soon.
- Intuiface enables its users to put 1GB+ videos, 3D models, etc. in their experiences. This will have a significant impact on performance over the Web. Should we make users wait for super large 3D models to download? Should we build some mechanism that “shrinks” media before transmitting? Should we just say caveat emptor and tell people they’ve been warned? There is no easy answer and all have either development or business implications.
It’s non-trivial for a variety of reasons so for now, Intuiface Player will run locally.
By the way, Intuiface runs on six operating systems! Love us for how amazing we are.