'white_dune' is a graphical editor, simple NURBS/Superformula 3D modeller, and animation tool for the VRML97(Virtual Reality Modelling Language)/X3D, which is the standard for displaying 3D data over the web via browser plugins. It supports animation, realtime interaction and multimedia (image, movie, sound). Dune reads VRML97/X3D files, displays, and let the user change scenegraphs/fields. 'white_dune' can also translate a VRML97/X3D file to C, C++ or java. The resulting file can be rendered with OpenGL/jogl. Under GNU/Linux white_dune is a immersive VRML editor. It has support for stereoscopic view via "quadbuffer" capable stereo visuals and support for various 3D input devices supported by the X11 XInput or Linux joystick interface.
Documentation* white_dune documentation
version white_dune 0.99pl543
released on 14 November 2016
- UI Toolkit:motif
|License||Verified by||Verified on||Notes|
|GPLv2orlater||Janet Casey||27 September 2001|
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|Bug Tracking||VCS Repository Webview||http://sourceforge.net/tracker/?atid=103356&group_id=3356&func=browse|
|Required to build||X11 and Motif/Lesstif|
|Weak prerequisite||X3D browser plugin or X3DOM capable webbrowser|
|Required to build||OpenGL/Mesa|
|Weak prerequisite||3D modeller with VRML97/X3D export|
|Weak prerequisite||hardware and software supporting "quadbuffer" stereoscopic view|
|Weak prerequisite||Ascension Flock of Birds device on serial line|
|Weak prerequisite||other 3D input devices (e.g. joystick)|
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