Gizmos demo

This demo is a test for 3D interactions in XML3D. With this simple editor, you can move, rotate, and scale 3D objects using some tools (a.k.a Gizmos). In addition, you can trigger reflections for the individual objects. Two of the objects (ripple and sequential morph) are created using XFlow. The behaviour of the . . . → Read More: Gizmos demo

Rubiks Cube Demo

This WebGL demo shows the XML3D rotation types and demonstrates some 3D interaction methods.

Tetris Demo

Another simple XML3D demo.

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Solar System Demo

This demo is specifically optimized for WebGL. For “Learning the basics of XML3D” it demonstrates scene graph basics such as the workings of hierarchical transformations, or first steps with JavaScript based interactions and animations.

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XML3D – Raytraced Venice in Wikipedia

XML3D – BMW Z4 raytraced in Firefox

XML3D for Visualizing 3D Web Content

XML3D – BALLView in the browser

CeBIT: XML3D brings 3D graphics to the Web as an extension to HTML

XML3D in iX article about 3D-Internet

The November issue of the German journal iX for IT professionals contains a collection of articles dealing with 3D capabilities in the browser. In collaboration with the X3DOM Team, we contributed an article about our approaches to add interactive 3D graphics into HTML. The article explains advantages of declarative 3D in the DOM compared to . . . → Read More: XML3D in iX article about 3D-Internet