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Offline jf

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« Posted 2006-05-31 04:06:12 »

hi THERE!

i hope that someone could advise me better... This is the main project!

I'm develloping a virtual museum project and i'm modelling in a 3d studio max the building.... and i wan't to make an interactive aplication using for that JAVA - but i don't know very well what to use to transform the building... First I know that I need to save as an .Obj file type and then I can manipulate the object using the language.
Someone told me to use X3d and VRML 97.... but I don't want to make an application to use on web.... it will be putted just on a CD.. like a Game - the only difference is that the user will visit the museum... walk around the diferent stages...

Could someone help me on that?!!!!


Thanks
JF

Offline JAW

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« Reply #1 - Posted 2006-06-08 14:09:22 »

Well, I dont have much experience, but you deserve a reply.
Any 3D Game has a 3d Engine, for Java there are things like JOGL or lwjgl, and you have some kind of map file.

Best way would be to learn a Java 3d variant and to see what file types you need to get the graphics running. Just do it like 3d games do it, walking a museum is like Quake without weapons. So, Engine, Map,Textures and go.

Maybe someone with more experience in Java 3d could say something.

-JAW
Offline Jeff

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« Reply #2 - Posted 2006-06-09 21:20:55 »

You could use X3d, you could also use Java3D which would require a bit more work but give you more flexability.  You could also use JMonkeyEngine or Xith3D.  FInally you coudl use JOGL or LWJGL but that woudl mean the msot work for you ontop of it.

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Offline harry@dayfamilyweb

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« Reply #3 - Posted 2006-06-11 00:36:31 »

you can use .OBJ files there is a loder at j3d.org for OBJ file you do not need to convert them
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