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1  Game Development / Newbie & Debugging Questions / 3D programming in Pure Java + Half polygon mesh in on: 2003-11-17 22:22:56
Hi there everyone.


I am new to 3D programming.
I have a polygon mesh but it is just a half of a human face.
i downloaded it from the net, i think it is generated (exported) by some 3D software.

i have just learn how to do the parllal projection, so when i display the half face polygon, it only shown somethings, it doesn't look like anything..

so my question is, How can i display the half face into a face?( in pure Java).

and can i translate the half face into a full face polygon mesh? then i can directly project into a vc?

for example :

if i got 3 points (2,45,52) (5,44,47) (1,42.5,49), it will only display a triangle so how can i make a duplication in a oppsite way?

and if i got 2 points (15,36,39) (13.5,26,38), how can i make it as a square??

is there any transformation can do that?

please i am very new to this, so pls try to explain a bit more details.

(or any website or books that i could read on?)


thanks for ur times
(-0_                      <-half
(-0__0-)               <-full??

Many thanks.


2  Game Development / Newbie & Debugging Questions / Re: import & export ploymesh data into 3D appl on: 2003-11-03 12:24:46
i mean - make a simple face mesh from a 3d software and just export the vertices & polygons. ;-)
3  Game Development / Newbie & Debugging Questions / import & export ploymesh data into 3D applicat on: 2003-11-03 12:20:21
Hi there everyone.

I am really new to computer graphics and 3d programming.

I am trying to build a 3D human face model from pure Java ( it is my college project). so i guess, i need to build all the functions like rotation, transformation, matrix 3d....etc.

I have a polygone mesh for a face, but i want to make my own one ( just a very very simple one, probably about 100 points or less).

does anyone know, how can i make a simple face mesh and export the data (just vertices & polyones , i think that's all i neec??).

i have tried the maya but it required V C++, as i don't know C at all.

also i want to import the face mesh that i got to a 3d software.

so the question is.. which software i can use to do those stuff?

Many thanks.

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