The goal of the X3D Plugfest is to foster interoperability between X3D players. This is a regular event that brings content authors, authoring tool vendors and browser implementers together to work on interoperability issues. Consistent quality for X3D content helps everyone.
The X3D Plugfest will be held at the Web3D Consortium Members Meeting, Wednesday, March 4th, 2009, at the NASA Ames research facility in Moffett Field, CA.
This page will be the navigation home page for the upcoming X3D Plugfest. Content will be linked from this page for everyone's review.
Please Note: submitted .x3d files must be zipped before being uploaded. Alternatively, links to online content can be provided.
Description fields: include a description of your content, or else a description of the problem and any results from the browsers you've tested.
Content Release Option: specify whether the content can be released publicly or just distributed to browser implementers for testing.
2009 Plugfest Content
|Content||Date||Author||Short Description||Problem Description||Release|
|HelloWorld.x3d||21 February 2009||Don Brutzman, NPS||Hello World simple scene (example image)||Quality of Sphere geometry, Text alignment, default X3D navigation mode is EXAMINE||Public|
|Web3dLogo.x3d and X3dTimeline.x3d||21 February 2009||Anita Havele, Web3D Consortium||Outreach examples for Web3D Consortium||Prototype interoperability between browsers||Public|
|LineProperties.x3d and FillProperties.x3d||21 February 2009||Don Brutzman, NPS||Material support (example images: LineProperties and FillProperties)||Demonstrate lineType and hatchStyle capabilities||Public|
|SpringExamples.x3d||21 February 2009||Don Brutzman, NPS||Universal Media Materials examples||Proper Material rendering, ProtoDeclare, ExternProtoDeclare, anchor links to HTML should get handed off to web browser||Public|
|horizon3.x3d||21 February 2009||Don Brutzman, NPS||Universal Media Panoramas examples||Background textures, handle or ignore URN||Public|
|CreateX3dFromStringRandomSpheres.x3d||21 February 2009||Don Brutzman, NPS||X3D Basic examples||Script node, ECMAScript support for createX3dFromString function||Public|
|Link to content...||Upload date||Your Name and Company||Content Description here||Problem Description here||Content release option|