Package org.web3d.x3d.jsail.HAnim


package org.web3d.x3d.jsail.HAnim
The Humanoid Animation (HAnim) component for X3D defines node bindings and other details for implementing ISO/IEC 19774, the HAnim International Specification. Original name was H-Anim for X3D versions 3.0 through 3.3, both enumeration values HAnim and H-Anim are allowed to pass validation. Legacy enumeration H-Anim for X3D versions 3.0-3.3 provides backwards compatibility with Humanoid Animation (HAnim) version 1, preferred form of enumeration value is HAnim.

The X3D Java Scene Access Interface (x3djsail) package provides concrete classes for each X3D node and statement.

Online: X3D Java Scene Access Interface Library (X3DJSAIL) and X3DJSAIL Javadoc

See Also:
X3D Resources, X3D Scene Authoring Hints, X3D Tooltips, Package, https://stackoverflow.com/questions/22095487/why-is-package-info-java-useful, https://stackoverflow.com/questions/624422/how-do-i-document-packages-in-java
  • Class Summary
    Class
    Description
    HAnimDisplacer nodes alter the shape of coordinate-based geometry within parent HAnimJoint or HAnimSegment nodes.
    The HAnimHumanoid node is used to: (a) store references to the joints, segments, sites, skeleton, optional skin, and fixed viewpoints, (b) serve as a container for the entire humanoid, (c) provide a convenient way of moving the humanoid through its environment, and (d) store human-readable metadata such as name, version, author, copyright, age, gender and other information.
    HAnimJoint node can represent each joint in a body.
    An HAnimMotion node supports discrete frame-by-frame playback for H-Anim motion data animation.
    HAnimSegment node contains Shape geometry for each body segment.
    An HAnimSite node serves three purposes: (a) define an "end effector" location which can be used by an inverse kinematics system, (b) define an attachment point for accessories such as jewelry and clothing, and (c) define a location for a Viewpoint virtual camera in the reference frame of an HAnimSegment (such as a view "through the eyes" of the humanoid for use in multi-user worlds).