Table of Contents

1. Overview of VRML

1.1 First Example
1.2 Fields
1.2.1 Field Types
1.2.2 Placing Fields within nodes
1.2.3 Examples
1.3 Children nodes
1.3.1 Group node examples
1.3.2 The Transform node
1.3.3 Other grouping nodes
1.4 DEF/USE mechanism
1.4.1 VRML file as a graph
1.5 VRML 1.0 state
1.5.1 Why VRML 2.0 is better
1.6 Other important VRML features
1.6.1 Inline nodes
1.6.2 Texture Transformation
1.6.3 Navigation
1.6.4 IndexedFaceSet features
1.6.5 Prototypes
1.6.6 X3D features
1.6.7 Events mechanism
1.6.8 Scripting
1.6.9 More features

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. Paris Forlidas says:

    Please inform me if you can make a prestashop webisite for custom shoes selling including a colored 3D VRML shoe final viewing.

    The idea is to for my customer to sell custom shoes through a website with catalogue of materials, lasts, buckles. That means that their customer can select shoe materials from the website and finally view the 3D shoe (or a similar photorealistic picture with rotation).

    Please inform me if someone can do this and what will be the approximate cost?

    Thank you very much.

    Best Regards
    Paris Forlidas

    1. Ok, I can do it and I have a question, why VRML? not WebGL?

      Thank you

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