RSS Voyage is an RSS readers built using Flash and designed to give a 3D effect when reading RSS feeds.
Feeds are displayed on the screen with a title and a source. The newer items are displayed in the foreground in focus whilst older items disappear off into the distance hence the 3D effect.
Whilst this is nicely done and the creator Andy Biggs is very talented I do not think it is a very practical reader when compared to the likes of Google Reader or Bloglines. However as Andy states himself it is an experiment.
I am sure there are many applications the 3D engine could be used for but not text based reading, especially on a black background. Go take a look and let me know what you think, you really have to see it to appreciate it.
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