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Registration for Web3D 2012 Conference open

30.05.2012 Uncategorized

The paper acceptance notifications for Web3D 2012 are already out and the online conference registration is now open:
Please note that there are special rates for ACM members and that early bird registration is until 18 June 2012.

The conference is co-located with SIGGRAPH 2012 and will take place on August 04-05, 2012, in Los Angeles, CA, USA.
The X3DOM team will be at Web3D with several presentations. So, if you’re around, it’s a great opportunity for discussions. Hope to see you there…

3D Gallery for CH Objects

18.05.2012 Showcase

Applications to experience cultural heritage objects seem to be really popular inside of the x3dom community :). There is another 3D gallery for scanned historical objects.

This external show-case is from Anestis Koutsoudis, Cultural and Educational Technology Institute – Research Centre ‘Athena’, and includes a nice 2D-UI to browse the different models.

X3DOM in OpenCart, an open source shopping cart system

15.05.2012 Showcase

Another excellent external showcase that provides an x3dom integration is OpenCart, which is a powerful and easy to use open source shopping card system.

x3dom in opencart

The latest version of the code now supports X3D as media type and uses x3dom for online visualization.

X3DOM in slides

14.05.2012 Showcase

This external showcase by Sandy Ressler of NIST demonstrates the integration of X3DOM in HTML-based slide shows.

X3DOM goes WWW

09.05.2012 Uncategorized

On April, 17th, some members of the X3DOM team were at the WWW2012 Workshop “Declarative 3D for the Web Architecture” (Dec3D2012) in Lyon, France. There, we presented X3DOM and discussed about an integration of interactive 3D graphics capabilities into the W3C Web technology stack together with researchers from the Web community. If you are also interested in evolving the idea of declarative 3D in the Web, feel free to join our Community Group:


Johannes Behr (Fraunhofer IGD), who was part of the workshop's organizing team (together with Kristian Sons, DFKI, who is sitting to the left), presents the community group's goals.