This has been done for a while now, but I didn't get around to publicizing it until now. I've integrated (with great success) JOGL in the TAU performance analysis project (http://www.cs.uoregon.edu/research/paracomp/tau/tautools/
). We use JOGL to do 3d plots of parallel performance data.
The code using JOGL was written very generically and can be easily applied to any other kind of data. It is available as a separate package, temporarily located at http://www.cs.uoregon.edu/~amorris/vis/
. It's available under the BSD license, so please use/reuse what you can. I think it's also a good example of how to use JOGL for new users.
Is there a "user's of JOGL" page? If so, please add the TAU project as a user of JOGL.
Thanks again for JOGL.