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X3D Example Archives: Basic, Lattice Xvl

Lattice technology The LatticeXvl examples show how Lattice technology from the XVL3D company was integratable as a commercial extension within X3D. This technique is repeatable. The extension approach to XML validation has been maintained through each version of X3D, and is documented further in the actual X3D DTDs and Schemas.
X3D Scenes Descriptions
Xvl Shell Attribute All Examples of all XvlShell attribute values.
Xvl Shell Attribute Edge Round Examples of XvlShell edgeRound attribute values.
Xvl Shell Attribute Edge Vector Examples of XvlShell edge vector attribute values.
Xvl Shell Attribute Face Flags Examples of XvlShell faceEmpty and faceHidden attribute values.
Xvl Shell Attribute Number Of Divisions Examples of XvlShell numberOfDivisions attribute values.
Xvl Shell Attribute Shell Type Examples of XvlShell shellType attribute values.
Xvl Shell Attribute Texture Examples of XvlShell texture mapping.
Xvl Shell Attribute Vertex Round Examples of XvlShell vertexRound attribute values.
Xvl Shell Extern Proto Declare This is a development scene used to generate the ExternProtoDeclaration for the X3dToVrml97 stylesheet.
Xvl Shell Model Baby Example XvlShell model.
Xvl Shell Model Dolphin Example XvlShell model.
Xvl Shell Model Hand Example XvlShell model.
Xvl Shell Model Octopus Example XvlShell model.
Xvl Shell Model Star Example XvlShell model.
Xvl Shell Proto Declare This is a development scene used to define the ProtoDeclaration for the XvlShell native node.

Online at http://www.web3d.org/x3d/content/examples/Basic/LatticeXvl

Master source code archive is under subversion control at
http://sourceforge.net/p/x3d/code/HEAD/tree/www.web3d.org/x3d/content/examples/Basic/LatticeXvl

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