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Offline Ifadolai

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« Posted 2003-07-14 12:46:11 »

Tornado Labs used to have a link to the great tool J3DTree.

This link is dead now. Any idea, where this tool is being hosted?

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Offline Vrml_Java_Animator

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Web Animation with VRML,  Java3d & pure Java


« Reply #1 - Posted 2003-07-22 14:39:46 »

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| Tornado Labs used to have a link to the great tool J3DTree.
|
| This link is dead now. Any idea, where this tool is being hosted?
|


Tornadolabs j3dtree Scenegraph Tree & Selman's VRML Picking Demo
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| Yes, Tornadolabs J3dtree Scenegraph Tree Viewer works
| -----------------------------------------------------
|
| I've used it and it's been documented in the Java3d archives.
|
| Here's an image of it Running ( and documentation follows ):
|
 http://www.frontiernet.net/~imaging/sc_vrml_picking_with_java3d.jpg
|
 http://www.frontiernet.net/~imaging/games_with_java3d.html
|
| It's one of many programs that uses Sun's VRML Loaders
| vrml97.jar files ( along with Nasa's Fastscript3d Web apps
| and Sun's Java3d Scenegraph Editor, see below for both ).
|
| "Documentation"
| -------------
|
| 1) Get the ".jar" files
| 2) type: jar -xvf j3dtree_jar.jar
| 3) type: ( on Windows ): run_j3dtree.bat
| ---- ( on Linux ):     sh ./run_j3dtree.sh
| 4) click on the sphere, cylinder, or box
| 5) yell: " Wow, it works ! "
|
 http://home.rochester.rr.com/javajava/SourceCode/j3dtree_jar.jar
 |  http://archives.java.sun.com/cgi-bin/wa?A2=ind0307&L=java3d-interest&P=36138

Selman's J3dtree.jar Scenegraph Demo & Sun's Java3d Scenegraph Editor








  Search  Java3d-interest  list for Subject= j3dtree
 ---------------------------------------------------
 | yields 40 results including:
 |
 | ANNOUNCE: J3dTree 1.0 available
 | J3dTree: Interactive Scenegraph Viewer, VRML Loader & Pick Demo
 | Scenegraph Visualizations including __ Sun's & Selmans __ ( j3dtree.jar )
 | Tornadolabs j3dtree Scenegraph Tree ... VRML Picking Demo ... Documented
 |
 http://archives.java.sun.com/cgi-bin/wa?S2=java3d-interest&s=j3dtree

 Scenegraph Viewers: J3dtree & Sun's use Sun's VRML Loaders
 -------------------------------------------------------------------------
http:// http://www.frontiernet.net/~imaging/games_with_java3d.html
http://  http://www.frontiernet.net/~imaging/terrain_rendering.html

|  Picking of VRML objects with your mouse is demonstrated
|  in a new book, Java 3D Programming, by Daniel Selman  
| ( shown on the left ).
|
| The source code is avaible for free.
|
| This new book uses the old, reliable Sun VRML Loaders for Java3d.
|
| The program reads a 3d scene as a simple VRML text file,
| and displays the Java3d Scene Graph ( which is interactive,
|  you can expand and collapse the branches of the scenegraph
| and examine the contents of the nodes ), it renders
| the 3d scene, and when you click on an object it tells you
| what you clicked on.
|
| You can see ( and download ) the Java Source code
|  of the operative file: VrmlPickingTest.java
|
| The publisher's site has more informatation on the book.
|
http://www.manning.com/selman/
http://www.manning.com/getpage.html?project=selman&filename=source.html
http://www.manning.com/selman/selman_source.zip
|
http://www.frontiernet.net/~imaging/games_with_java3d.html


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