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From VRML to WebGL: Part II


From VRML to WebGL

Continued from Part I

In this part II we rationalize about how VRML/X3D technology changed from a phase of initial enthusiasm to the present low pace.

2 - VRML/X3D: What went wrong?

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Tune up your PC for performance



Over time, Windows PCs get slower; it’s the nature of the beast! These free tools and info can help restore your computer to its glory days and improve the 3D experience.

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Bs Contact Cache issues and solutions


Those who start creating vrml/x3d online scenes and worlds and use "bs contact" as the viewer (like we do in babelx3d/abnet and other similar servers using contact) may have found themselves facing this kind of issue: "Viewing the world on my hard drive, Contact displays the world correctly first time every time, but after updating if I upload to my homepage and try to display it there, It often comes out with problems.

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Importing 3D content to Vivaty - Issues and solutions


Vivaty Studio (VS), being a Web3D specialized software is an essential tool to assemble, organize and animate VRML/X3D scenes and worlds. It is powerful enough to create objects, avatars and even edit some source code (scripts). Yet, sometimes, 3D artists may prefer to conceive complex objects with other programs they know better (Blender, 3DS Max, Maya, Sketchup, ...) and import them to VS. Besides that, 3D objects that we may want to use in our worlds are, often, freely available in public online repositories.

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