The following images are the toolkit being used in various environments.
The DIYBrowser running a demo file that illustrates the content we can support. Clockwise from the top left: LatticeXVL, ElevationGrid primitive, GeoInline demo world, Nancy (H-anim). This is a snapshot of the M4 code.
Using Xj3D in a web browser as an applet. In this case, we are using the EAI call createVrmlComponent() to create a new panel embedded in the same applet as the runtime code. The content of the browser is then loaded on the fly using LoadURL calls, in this case made to a servlet engine that then loads the book content for one of the Yumetech projects.

Two shots of the codebase running on public display at I/ITSEC 2002. On the top is the code running inside the NPSNet-V system from the Naval Postgraduate School. Here they use the Java3D loader version of the code to bring in the VRML models into their own UI management system.

The bottom photo is the full browser running on a Elumens VisionStation. The code running is one of the NPS student's Agent-based simulations. The agent software is written as script nodes and the position information is sent out over the network using the DIS libraries from Don Brutzman. Other slave VisionStations around the show floor were then running listener versions of the same world (used green instead of blue colouring).

Xj3D running on an SGI box owned by one of our funders North Dakota State University. The wall is a Fakespace Powerwall PRO, being driven by an SGI Onyx. Had fun taking decent quality photos, so please excuse the slightly grainy nature of these guys.

In order, these are demonstrating some of the same content as you'll see elsewhere running on Xj3D. From left to right: Nancy Diving H-Anim example (courtesy of Naval Postgraduate School SAVAGE Collection), City Plaza demo world (Courtesy of Elumens Corp), Manufacturing Training Visualisation, and Native Dancer project (research project by the Archaeology Technology Labs at NDSU).

A collection of screenshots of Xj3D running in one of the many forms. These are student projects at the Naval Postgraduate School where each student does research and visualisation of real-world systems. Xj3D provides the toolkit needed to allow them to do this simply and without fuss whether it be a complete VRML97/X3D world running across browsers to integrating 3D visualisation as part of a larger application. The capabilities run from large-scale terrain visualisation on the right, to anti-terrorist force protection assesment on the right using almost every trick in the VRML book (all figures shown are H-anim compliant, multitextured water surface etc).

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