X3D Quickstart tutorial at IEEE VR
Submitted by anita.havele on Wed, 2020-03-25 16:29
Dr. Nicholas Polys from Virginia Tech covers methods and patterns to develop interactive 3D applications based on royalty-free, open ISO-IEC standards. Mobiles, desktops, CAVEs, HMDs, AR platforms: #X3D is interoperable, portable, durable.
Sunday, 2020, March 22 - 8:00am to Thursday, 2020, March 26 - 5:00pm
X3D Quickstart tutorial : 3 hours
This tutorial will cover the wide range of methods and patterns used to develop interactive 3D applications based on royalty-free and open ISO-IEC standards. As a high-level scene graph language and API above the graphics library, Extensible 3D (X3D) provides a suite of standards including multiple data encodings and language bindings. With the same declarative programming idiom as the WWW, developers can build 2D + 3D Virtual and Mixed Reality applications that integrate with and publish to the WWW ecosystem. From mobiles, desktops, CAVEs, HMDs, and AR platforms, X3D is an inter-operable, portable, and durable 3D graphics technology. http://www.ieeevr.org/2020/program/tutorials.html#T3
The Virtual Conference was recorded and the presentation is available as a video!