Real-time Analysis for Particle-transport and In-situ Detection (RAPID) Code System, a simulation platform that allows users to interact with nuclear technology and collaborate with colleagues through both Web3D and a high-resolution multi-user virtual reality (VR) interface using the X3D Standard.
Example Model Archives
Many X3D Example Archives are listed in the X3D Resources that demonstrate exactly how X3D nodes and scenes work. Thousands of open-source scenes are provided in all X3D encodings and licensed for for any use. You can browse example scenes individually online, or else download these archives via fully complete, separately installable .zip files. Textbook archives X3D for Web Authors and the VRML 2.0 Sourcebook provide great examples for getting started.
Web3D YouTube Channel shows demonstrations of X3D and related standards. These are helpful resources that help "tell the story" in a compelling manner. X3D has broad adoption here are some of our member case studies.
Exemplar contributions that highlight additional Web3D Consortium member achievements follow.
To enhance learning in a remote setting Virginia Tech developed immersive training exercises and video study tours using augmented and virtual reality X3D delivery technologies.
Collaboration for world-wide planning of harbor and facility use is challenging. SPIDERS3D allows multiple users across the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) enterprise to conduct real-time 3D collaboration over the web on their desktop.