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The version of the Java runtime environment or SDK required by Java 3D varies from implementation to implementation. Many Java 3D implementations, including those from Sun for Solaris and Win32...more
I need to have streaming audio in JAVA. Where is a good place to start investigating how to do this?
I have written several articles for JavaWorld magazine on the Java Media APIs including some on the Java Media Framework (JMF), which enables streaming audio (and video, and other things) in Java...more
Sun has an excellent tutorial on the Java Developer Connection (JDC) site: developer.java.sun.com/developer/onlineTraining/java3d (free username and password required) There are several ot...more
You have a couple options. First, I would suggest that you visit the "J3D File Loader Archives" at: www.j3d.org/utilities/loaders.html The Xj3D Loader from Web3D.org will likely m...more
I am having DLL problems with Java 3D on Win32. Compilation (javac) works fine, but I get a runtime error trying to run the simplest programs. I have included part of the stackdump below.
I am having DLL problems with Java 3D on Win32. Compilation (javac) works fine, but I get a runtime error trying to run the simplest programs. I have included part of the stackdump below. ...more
You can visit the homepage of each of the particular Java Media APIs to find the latest release numbers, specifications, and download links. All of the API homepages are linked to from Sun's Java...more
I would like to know if you (Bill Day) have your own website where I can learn more about Java Media programming.
Yes, I do have a web site that contains more information about Java Media programming. You can find it at: www.billday.com (Click on the 'Professional' link at the top of the page.) Or, li...more
I am looking for Java Media programming courses. Any contacts, details, instructors would be appreciated.
I speak frequently on Java Media programming. I also give short tutorials on Java Media in general, including information on Java 3D, at many professional conferences. I have taught a half day...more
Are there any free loaders available to load 3D models into Java 3D? If so, where are these loaders located on the Web? I am specifically interested in the 3D Studio model format and any links you have to get some ready made objects. Also, are you aware of any Inventor, Renderman, or Povray loaders?
The best resource for finding Java 3D loaders is the J3D.org File Loader Archives at: www.j3d.org/utilities/loaders.html 3D Studio loaders are linked to from the above URL. I am not aware o...more
I am aware of the following implementations of Java 3D: Sun's Solaris and Win32 runtimes. SGI's IRIX implementation. HP's HP-UX version. Blackdown has a Linux port of Java 3D in the works...more
You need the platform-specific Java3D SDK and RE. These files can be obtained on: http://java.sun.com/products/java-media/3D/. I had some problems with running the Java3D applets in a browser. I ...more
It's available from Sun's J2SE 1.3 documentation page. There is also a special page for the Java 2D-specific features.more
It's available from Sun's Java Media Framework documentation page.
It's available from Sun's Java Advanced Imaging documentation page. You'll need to download it.
It's available from Sun's Java Telephony download page. They seem to not be available online.