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Offline abarczak

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Excuse me...your bits are showing.


« Posted 2003-05-12 17:16:03 »

I'm new to the Java 3D world, so please be gentle... Wink

Is there a benefit to rendering in Java 3D over Java 2D for flat plane surfaces? What I'm looking for is the tradeoff between the 2D software rendering and the 3D graphics-card accelerated rendering on large, dynamic, draped images (~1K x 1K). Any insights would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
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