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During an exhibition time of 5 months the whole internet as seen from one internet node should be visualized.
The visitors can interact with the scene in the following ways: free 3D navigation, guided navigation (following the node links) and virtually send email (the user will fly behind an email package following a route from sender node to the recipient node).
Since the number of expected nodes exceeds the limit of rendering performance multiresolution analysis must be employed. A spatially immersive display is used to let the visitors experience the wideness of the internet.