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X3D Example Archives: Conformance Nist, Geometry, Point Set

 

PointSet is a node that contains a set of colored 3D points, represented by contained Color|ColorRGBA and Coordinate|CoordinateDouble nodes. Wikipedia: see Point (geometry).

X3D Tooltips of interest: PointSet.

X3D Specification sections of interest: 11 Rendering component, 11.2 Concepts and 11.4.11 PointSet.

X3D Examples Archives of related interest:

 
  4 X3D Scenes       Scene Descriptions
mixcolors mixcolors Test multiple colors. A set of multicolor stars are drawn in the local coordinate system. The number of points in the Color node is exactly the same as the number of coordinates in the coord field.
morecolors morecolors Test more colors than points. A cube grid using the same color (red) to paint all the points in the PointSet. The number of points in the Color node is higher than the number of coordinates in the coord field.
points5000 points 5000 Test minimum requirement of 5000 points per PointSet. 5000 points are used to draw a cube grid using the same color for each side (red) to paint all the points in the PointSet.
samecolor samecolor Test same number of colors as points. A cube grid using the same color (red) to paint all the points in the PointSet. The number of points in the Color node is exactly the same as the number of coordinates in the coord field.

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