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Manchester Scene Description Language

The Manchester Scene Description Language (MSDL) is a language used for describing three-dimensional scenes in computer graphics. It was created at the University of Manchester in the 1990s as part of their work on virtual environment applications. MSDL allows you to create complex scenes by specifying objects, their properties, and their relationships with each other. The code written in MSDL can be interpreted or compiled into a more efficient form for rendering by graphics hardware or software.

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