X3D standard for communicating real-time, interactive 3D content adds support for OpenGL Shading Lan
Dec 02, 2004
X3D is a powerful and extensible open file format and scene graph standard for 3D visual effects, behavioral modeling and interaction (the successor to VRML, but more stable, higher throughput, and XML enabled for network services). The new Amendment 1 adds support for Shaders with bindings to the OpenGL Shading Language (GLSL). It also add the CAD Distillation Format for CAD publishing and file interchange.
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Posted on 12/02 at 04:15 PM
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