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Wednesday, February 18, 2009

General Web-Development Type Question...

This is related to that minor announcement I've yet to be fully prepared for, but I have a question about an effect I'd like to have implemented on the site for it (also yet to be designed at this stage).

I have some 3D geometry I'd like displayed in a window within the home page, looking something like this to start:

I'd like visitors to be able to rotate and spin that sucker. While being rendered in that fashion, against a white background, with no other shading. With no more to it than that, and visible/accessible in virtually every browser on the planet, on virtually every platform on the planet--extant or extinct (within reason, obviously), without duplicating any effort on my part.

(SGI users are familiar with the inventor viewer; that's similar to what I'm going for).

Question is, what's the best way to accomplish this? Anyone have any recommendations/suggestions for me?


Will Baird said...

There ought to be some java applets out there. They have been doing what you are suggesting for nigh on 10 years.

Dicing with Dragons said...

But not much since then, it seems. I'm still pawing through some google searches, but I'm not finding anything I can use--most of the links to code and so forth are nine times out of ten so very 404 at this point.

I'll keep looking.

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