Much of cyberspace today is still two-dimensional: click on a web site or chat room and you get text or pictures. But the internet could become more three-dimensional—allowing surfers to virtually step into a site, walk around, and talk to others—if Adobe Systems Inc. has its way with a new web-authoring software tool.

The new product, called Adobe Atmosphere, lets web designers create 3-D web pages where visitors can interact and chat with each other in real-time. Web site visitors will be able to virtually "walk the web" and communicate in real-time for a

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