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Xj3D is an open-source Java codebase for the X3D Graphics standard.

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Xj3D is a project of the Web3D Consortium focused on creating a toolkit for VRML97 and X3D content written completely in Java. Xj3D has been produced and is maintained by Web3D Consortium members.

Current status: active development with frequent updates. We have successfully ported the full codebase and history from the previous site to Sourceforge and are now following the Xj3D Evolution strategy. All open-source contributions are welcome.

Further details are available at https://savage.nps.edu/Savage/developers.html#Xj3D

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  • Open-source Java viewer and application codebase for X3D graphics scenes
  • Utilize JOGL/JOAL/JOGAMP and Aviatrix3D/j3d render libraries
  • Standalone X3D player for multiple operating systems
  • Embedded viewer in multiple applications including X3D-Edit


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Project is a 3D engine

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