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Offline modelsmith

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"Never stop three feet short."


« Posted 2007-05-12 22:58:22 »

Hi all, I'd like to let everyone know that the next iteration of my modelling tool is now nearing completion. I'd really appreciate all who would check it out and let me know of any issues or any suggestions you may have.

So, ModelSmith3d v2.6, a modelling tool made in Java3d, is now available for beta testing. The pre-beta demo is fully functional, short of the file out. Still a whole lot of ui to be fleshed out and bugs to find and fix.

There is a pre-beta download available on http://www.modelsmith3d.com. It requires jre1.5 and java3d1.4. I've included a jre+java3d package in there as well for windows users.

Not in the demo, but I've managed to get Joal to work with it just recently. Adding sound events to animations is way cool. Anyone have any experience with Joal, ie. is it any good? Seems to be alright, but I've only started using it.
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« Reply #1 - Posted 2007-05-14 12:16:56 »

could't open
Offline Conzar

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« Reply #2 - Posted 2007-05-28 15:53:30 »

Yea, JOAL rocks!  I use the SoundEngine3D b/c its more java like (using objects) while using the normal joal is like programing in opengl/openal

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for great justice!


« Reply #3 - Posted 2007-06-14 14:18:22 »

All the pages on that website seem to just be completely blank.
Offline modelsmith

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"Never stop three feet short."


« Reply #4 - Posted 2007-07-15 11:35:51 »

 Huh Oh dear, I wonder what went wrong there. It seems to load up fine when I click on the link. There don't seem to be any reports of the server being down.

The site generates pretty much just standard html with some css thrown in. Heck, I don't even use any client-side scripting.

If the stats data is anything to go by, I'm getting about ~300 reports of code 404 (not found) for every 4.2K of code 200 (ok) and about ~70 of code 206 (partial content).

Could anyone who has this problem plz send me some advice as to what the cause may be? Obviously, a web site that doesn't load is not a good look.  Tongue

I'm using ie7, and have checked it with ie6 as well as Firefox.

Thanks in advance, everyone.  Smiley
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