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XML3D is an extension to HTML to support interactive 3D graphics in the browser. It interoperates with other W3C standards and allows web programmers to apply their existing knowledge to interactive 3D graphics.

Recent Activity

cebitAt this year’s CeBIT, there are two XML3D-based demonstrators:

  • XML3D and eHealth,  (Halle 9, F43)
    We show how a serious game developed based on XML3D technology can help to understand diseases and in the design of rehabilitation programs.
  • XML3DRepo, (Halle 9, E13)
    We show London’s Kings Cross station in the browser as part of a system to store and deliver versioned 3D data.

We are looking forward to see you at the booths!

 

ICT 2013More than 5000 researchers innovators, entrepreneurs, industry representatives, young people and politicians meet at ICT 2013 in Vilnius on 6-8 November. The main focus will be on presentations and discussions around the new  EU’s Framework Programme for Research and Innovation Horizon 2020. XML3D will present at two booths of the presentation:

  • In context of the VERVE project, where we will show a serious game 3D web application for patients that suffer from Parkinson. This application was developed in close collaboration with the Trinity College Dublin.
  • As part of the FIcontent project, where XML3D is one of the base technologies

Meet us in the exhibition hall to chat about XML3D and Declarative3D in the web!

AR with Xflow and XML3D

AR with Xflow and XML3D

We are happy to announce we released version 4.4 of xml3d.js. The release integrates the features from these three recent papers:

These are the new features in detail:

  • Image Processing with Xflow (also as standalone library) - demo
  • Transformations as Xflow sink
    • Augemented Reality (AR) - demo
    • Keyframe animations
  • Generalized resources for meshes, shaders, etc.
  • Xflow API: Observer Xflow graph from JavaScript
  • Canvas resizing demo

Check-out some new demos (including two AR demos based on JS-ARToolkit):
http://xml3d.github.io/xml3d-examples/index.xhtml

The XML3D Team