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1  Games Center / Archived Projects / Re: Pool Comet Aquarium on: 2005-04-12 23:49:13
Someone successfully ran the plugin on FireFox. They said you have to first register the plugin.

By the way, thanks for the tips on WebStart.

2  Games Center / Archived Projects / Re: Pool Comet Aquarium on: 2005-04-12 02:07:12
Sorry to hear that. Must be something not compatible. It's working fine on IE and Netscape.
3  Games Center / Archived Projects / Re: Pool Comet Aquarium on: 2005-04-12 01:27:00
This is a regular applet. Could someone try to see it's working for FireFox or not? Thanks,


http://www.ws3dsoft.com/examples/fish_applet.html
4  Games Center / Archived Projects / Re: Pool Comet Aquarium on: 2005-04-11 01:16:04
The application was tested on Windows XP and 2000, IE, and Netscape. It was working fine. The Java 3D version is 1.3.1. Here is the link for download:

http://java.sun.com/products/java-media/3D/download.html
5  Games Center / Archived Projects / Re: Pool Comet Aquarium on: 2005-04-10 23:38:40
After you install Java 3D, you should run this application on your browser. Please see this site for Java 3D installation.

https://j3d-webstart.dev.java.net
6  Games Center / Archived Projects / Re: Pool Comet Aquarium on: 2005-04-10 23:24:01
Sorry, we don't have a web-start version yet. Will consider in the future.
7  Games Center / Archived Projects / Pool Comet Aquarium on: 2005-04-10 20:40:14
This lively 3D fish was developed on Java3D and the WorldShiow3D framework. It can run on a  regular web browser or in a standalone form. The standalone application can be integrated with Java speech engines, so the fish can talk to you when you play with it.

Play with the fish:

1. Use your mouse to touch different parts of the fish (body, head, fins, eyes, and tail), you will get different messages. If you touch the fish too frequently in a short time, it will get very agitated.

2. Click the food can to feed the fish. When you grab a food and move around, the fish will come to catch the food.

3. The fish can give you a presentation about itself.

If your computers have Java3D installed, just use the following link to start the application.


   http://www.ws3dsoft.com/examples/fish_plugin.html


Hope you enjoy it. Thanks.
8  Java Game APIs & Engines / Java 3D / 3D Land Navigator: Navigating Detroit's Downtown on: 2004-10-24 15:30:57
The 3D Land Navigator software was developed through using the WorldShow3D browser and Java 3D APIs. The basic idea is like this: first take the aerial images of the land surface and divide them into map cells. For each map cell, the 3D geometries can be constructed according to the actual physic dimensions and the texture mappings. The navigation software always loads the map cells that are near the viewer's position, and combines them together to form a seamless 3D scene.

Please go to the following web site to see more about this application. From there you can download the demo package to navigate Detroit's downtown.

    http://worldshow3d.home.comcast.net/map3d.html

We would appreciate if you let us know the performance and any problems.



WorldShow3D Software Company

9  Games Center / Archived Projects / 3D Demo: Soft Surface and Potter's Wheel on: 2004-05-02 18:04:59
This demo shows you how to make various geometry deformations on a 3D surface with user's mouse input.

After you start the program, you can select different actions through double clicking the words on the screen. Following is a brief description about each option.

"Soft": Point your mouse at the golden surface and press it, then the surface will deform due to your finger force.  Press and move your mouse, then the plate will rotate.

"Wave": Press any point on the plate, then a 3D wave will generate from that point. This is like throwing a stone on a water surface.

"Cylinder": Wait a few seconds and let the cylinder rotate in the full speed. Use your mouse to press the cylinder, then the cylinder surface will deform. The cylinder will rotate about 4 minutes and then stop. After that, you can move the cylinder to see the art work you have created. This application is similar to making a vase out of the potter's wheel through your mouse-hand.

"Sphere": Use your mouse to press the sphere. If you press it too hard, you can break the sphere.

"Sea.Bird": Clicking these words will lead you our previous demo: the "Water + Bird + Shark" show stage.

Please go to the following web site to see more details. You can download the free program and run it yourself.

http://www.worldshow3d.com/examples/examples.html



ws3dxdin
WorldShow3D Software Company
10  Games Center / Archived Projects / 3D Demo: Flowing Water + 3D Bird + 3D Shark on: 2004-03-02 00:16:31
We just developed a 3D application through using Java 3D APIs and the WorldShow3D browser in the package form. After you start this application, you see flowing water, thundering waves, moving clouds, flying 3D birds, swimming 3D shark, and rocky 3D island. When you click the bird, it will chirp; when you click the shark, it will swim faster. Click other part of the screen and then move your mouse, you can navigate on the sea. Click "Exit" to stop the program. This program is Free. Just download it and try by yourself.

For Windows (2000, XP and NT), you can download the executable seabird.exe from the following site:.

http://www.worldshow3d.com/releases/releases.html

If you want to try it on other operating systems, please let us know.

Any feedbacks from you are appreciated.

Thanks,

XD
11  Discussions / General Discussions / Re: Java Game APIs on: 2004-01-21 00:31:51
You may also want to try the WorldShow3D browser.

This software has incorporated the most fundamental elements of a world (i.e., space, time, and human interactions) into the design, and the Show Stage model has overcome many limitations of the Scene Graph model in other 3D virtual world framework.  With the WorldShow3D browser, you will find it’s so easy, so fun, and so robust to develop any 3D applications.

For more detials, please visit

http://www.worldshow3d.com/.
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