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Using Java3D [message #560733] Mon, 25 August 2008 06:58
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Originally posted by: abheek.adarobotics.com

Greetings!

My name is Abheek and I have been working with GEF for quite some time
now. My company is into design and development of software for robotic
systems which also includes simulation and 3d modeling.

GEF3D is of significant interest to us and we would like to get involved.

However, it would be interesting for us to know if we can use Java3D as
the 3D component, since this also gives us an ability to add external
libraries like ODEJava and JRoboOp.

I see from the GEF3D website, that the Java3D version of GEF3D is no
longer in development. Are there any special reasons apart from SWING /
SWT issues?

Thanks a tonne!
Cheers!

Abheek
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