At this year’s CeBIT, there are two XML3D-based demonstrators:
XML3D and eHealth, (Halle 9, F43) We show how a serious game developed based on XML3D technology can help to understand diseases and in the design of rehabilitation programs. XML3DRepo, (Halle 9, E13) We show London’s Kings Cross station in the browser as part of a . . . → Read More: XML3D @ CeBIT 2014
More than 5000 researchers innovators, entrepreneurs, industry representatives, young people and politicians meet at ICT 2013 in Vilnius on 6-8 November. The main focus will be on presentations and discussions around the new EU’s Framework Programme for Research and Innovation Horizon 2020. XML3D will present at two booths of the presentation:
In context of the . . . → Read More: XML3D at ICT 2013
AR with Xflow and XML3D
We are happy to announce we released version 4.4 of xml3d.js. The release integrates the features from these three recent papers:
XML3DRepo: A REST API for Version Controlled 3D Assets on the Web Declarative AR and Image Processing on the Web with Xflow xml3d.js: Architecture of a Polyﬁll Implementation . . . → Read More: xml3d.js 4.4 Release Announcement
During the guided tour at this years Cebit 2013 in Hannover, Prof. Philipp Slusallek presented XML3D and Xflow on a mobile phone to the booth visitors.
With the latest version of Google Chrome for Android it is possible to have XML3D on mobile devices.
. . . → Read More: XML3D and Xflow on mobile
We are proud to announce the immediate release of xml3d.js 4.3.
The key features of xml3d.js 4.3 include:
Xflow support, including Skinning – demo & demo Sequential Morphing – demo Mechanism for custom operators – demo & demo Prototypes – demo External references in XML format – demo ‘onload’ event for <xml3d> element Support . . . → Read More: xml3d.js 4.3 Release Announcement
As Interactive 3D City Models become more and more popular on the web in general, and in particular also for OpenStreetMap, we created a simple viewer for OpenStreetMap using the OSM-W3DS provided by GIScience, Department of Geography, University of Heidelberg. Sources can be found on github.
The online demo is available here.
. . . → Read More: OpenStreetMap 3D Viewer and tools
There’s a new version of our blender exporter available at https://github.com/xml3d/Blender-Exporter, which now supports blender 2.62+
Update as of 14.03.2012: There’s a new version of our blender exporter available at https://github.com/xml3d/Blender-Exporter, which now supports blender 2.62+
. . . → Read More: [Update] XML3D Blender exporter
Hier findet sich ein kurzes deutschsprachiges Tutorial zu XML3D und der Installation des Blender Exporters:
On Saturday the graphics group presented XML3D at the Day of the Open Door at Saarland University. Nearly 200 visitors came to see XML3D and to know more about the background of the development.
During the course of the demonstrations different demos highlighting different aspects of XML3D were presented. Two different car configurators showed . . . → Read More: XML3D on the Day of the Open Door