(Level of Universal Structure)
A HIGH-LEVEL STRUCTURE FOR INTERACTIVE MEDIA
LUSTR, or Level of Universal Structure, is a proposed definition language for highly-interactive, multidimensional flying objects. The author begins by carving n-space into the structures that make sense, then painting text, colors and textures onto surfaces in that space. "Text formatting" becomes a spatial structure in this surface mapping-- rather than the gnarly system of embedded codes used by HTML and its parent SGML.
Ideally, a LUSTR structure can be the distribution version of a document or production, and a local LUSTR server can present it in HTML (or whatever other output format).