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Anaglyph Canvas3D

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AnaglyphCanvas3D is library for adding anaglyphs (red-green, red-cyan and so on) to the Java3D programming language. It utilizes the normal Canvas (-3D) class of Java3D and extends it for stereoscopic effects. A prototypic GUI for testing is also ava

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Features

  • stereoscopic effects for Java3D
  • red-green, red-cyan and many more
  • GUI for testing available
  • library can be used in any Java3D project
  • anaglyph canvas

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Languages

English

Intended Audience

End Users/Desktop

Programming Language

Java

Registered

2009-11-24

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