7: Introducing X3D



Sunday, Full Day
8:30 am – 5:15 pm
Room 205
CAL/Room 214CD

X3D (eXtensible 3D graphics) is the open standard for interactive 3D graphics on the World Wide Web. X3D uses current web standards and technologies to describe 3D shapes, textures, animation, and interactivity viewable in a browser. Participants build their own world using X3D-Edit and leave this course with the basic knowledge to begin using the tools and libraries to build their own 3D worlds.

Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of 3D computer graphics such as that provided by SIGGRAPH's introductory course. Basic understanding of the World Wide Web. Beginners knowledge of XML and VRML is helpful, but not required.

Topics
Basics of Web-based 3D graphics with a focus on X3D. Fundamentals of X3D specification, profiles, animation, tools and authoring. X3D Software Development Kit (SDK) is used to demonstrate X3D authoring.

Organizer
Leonard Daly
Daly Realism


Lecturers
Don Brutzman
Naval Postgraduate School

Leonard Daly
Daly Realism

Nicholas Polys
VirtuWorlds LLC

Joe D. Williams
HyperMultiMedia.com


Schedule


Module 1 – X3D Overview, Syntax, and Tools
8:30 Overview
Daly
9:00 XML Syntax and Profiles (Williams)
Authoring Tools
Polys
10:15 Break
Module 2 – X3D SDK & Authoring
10:30 Software Development Kit
Polys
11:30 Basic Authoring X3D
Daly
12:15 Lunch
Module 3 – Building X3D Worlds
1:30 Using X3D Nodes (Hands-on)
All
3:15 Break
Module 4 - Building X3D Worlds (continued)
3:30 Building X3D Worlds (Hands-on)
All
5:10 Show, Review & Discussion



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