Talk about completely missing the point. You were off to such a good start when you said, "Presently, this feature of X is being under-utilized." But from there, you should make the jump that nobody gives a damn about a network-transparent graphics protocol and that every minute spent thinking about how to make it better is a wasted minute. The solution is not for application writers to better support X's model, but to realize that X's model is without value and scrap it. Why are you so interested in improving a feature that nobody uses or wants?
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Physicists at Dresden University of Technology in Germany studied video recordings of the 2006 stampede, and wrote visual-recognition software to track and measure the motion of individuals in the crowd. Borrowing from the physics of fluids, the scientists have now analyzed the stampede and have recommendations that could make this year's pilgrimage go smoothly."