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Web3D Consortium members will showcase 3D solutions for HTML5. Prepare to be amazed by the Web3D graphics community at SIGGRAPH 2015 in Los Angeles August 10-13, 2015. The open standard Extensible 3D (X3D) Graphics Standard provides a robust and durable medium for implementation of multimedia 3D systems on the Web. Visit Web3D in booth 1018 and attend one of our many Birds of a Feather meetings to see the progress and impact of the X3D standard for HTML5 and more.
2015 Jul 28
X3D version 4 for 3D in HTML5 provides a fully scalable, interactive 3D environment building on the X3DOM implementation with backwards compatibility. Upon completion, the X3D version 4 specification will be submitted for ratification to ISO/IEC for international standardization, interoperability, long-term archival stability and royalty free use. Targeted delivery date for public draft is December 2015.
2015 Jul 27
In commemoration of the Web3D 20th anniversary Fraunhofer announces new releases of X3DOM(1.7) and Instant Reality(2.5.1)
2015 Jun 18
Web3D 2015 Conference, 18-21 June 2015 in Crete, Greece. We are celebrating 20 years of innovation. Come join this community and broaden your knowledge in 3D technology.
2015 Jun 14
Another successful VR Hackathon with amazing innovations. A big thank you to our sponsors and our 15 participating team.
2015 May 26
Web3D Consortium at the IoT World Event
2015 May 15
Two Web3D Members (Leonard Daly and Dr. Meghan Coakley from NIH) will present at Los Angeles DrupalCon 2015 on their experience of integrating X3D into Drupal websites. As part of their presentations, Mr. Daly will present on creating stereoscopic views of 3D models and Dr. Coakley on NIH's X3DOM Drupal module and using Drupal as a content creation system.
2015 May 9
Web3D Consortium announces that Toshiba Japan's Advanced Software Technology Group has joined the Web3D Consortium as a Large Organization Member to assist in developing and evolving the X3D specification. This Group is using open standards based solutions to manage natural disasters in real-time. Their project: Weather data 3D visualization, for observing the complete lifecycle of torrential rain uses X3D open standards for rendering of volumetric cloud data. We welcome Toshiba to the Web3D community.
2015 Apr 6

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