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Java 3D Programmingby Daniel Selman
Synopses & Reviews
Guiding programmers through the important design and implementation phases of developing a successful Java 3D application, this reference provides guidance on whether to use Java 3D, user interface design, geometry creation, scene manipulation, or final optimizations. Distilling twelve months of using the Java 3D API for commercial projects, as well as discussions on the Java 3D e-mail list, experienced Java 3D developers will find helpful a resource containing the state-of-the-art in techniques and workarounds, while novice Java 3D developers will gain a insight into Java 3D development, and avoid the confusion and frustration of learning Java 3D techniques and terminology.
Book News Annotation:
Java 3D is a Sun API for three-dimensional graphics development using Java. This resource for application developers walks through the design process and shows how to avoid common pitfalls. The book starts by introducing basic 3D graphics concepts and terminology, and proceeds, through programming examples, to illustrate techniques, features, and bug fixes for practical Java 3D work. The book is written for intermediate to experienced Java developers. Previous experience in graphics programming is helpful but not necessary. While at Tornado Labs, Selman built commercial Java 3D applications.
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Guiding programmers through the important design and implementation phases of developing a successful Java 3D application, this reference provides guidance on whether to use Java 3D, user interface design, geometry creation, scene manipulation, or final optimizations.
About the Author
Daniel Selman is the managing director of Tornado Labs Limited, a commercial software company completing projects using the Java 3D API. He has over five years experience in writing commercial Windows software. He lives in Boston, Massachusetts.
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