Interface Appearance

All Superinterfaces:
X3DAppearanceNode, X3DNode
All Known Implementing Classes:
Appearance

public interface Appearance extends X3DAppearanceNode
Appearance specifies the visual properties of geometry by containing the Material, ImageTexture/MovieTexture/PixelTexture, FillProperties, LineProperties, programmable shader nodes (ComposedShader, PackagedShader, ProgramShader) and TextureTransform nodes.

Warning: this is an abstract interface that cannot be instantiated as a concrete object. Java programmers typically only need to use concrete objects provided by the org.web3d.x3d.jsail classes. Appearance node tooltip: [X3DAppearanceNode] Appearance specifies the visual properties of geometry by containing the Material, ImageTexture/MovieTexture/PixelTexture, FillProperties, LineProperties, programmable shader nodes (ComposedShader, PackagedShader, ProgramShader) and TextureTransform nodes.
Package hint: This interface is defined by the X3D Java Language Binding Specification for the Scene Authoring Interface (SAI).
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