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JAVA 3D : TREE DISPLAY

JAVA 3D : TREE DISPLAY . ICS 465 : Group B. Jaygie Martinez Agcaoili. Kasey Ame Matsumoto. Kawehi-Ann K. Rickard. GOAL AND OBJECTIVES. Familiarize. Analyze. Illustrate. Demonstrate the basics of Java 3D. FAMILIARIZE. Audience with. Java 3D object scenes. Basic shapes.

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JAVA 3D : TREE DISPLAY

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  1. JAVA 3D : TREE DISPLAY ICS 465 : Group B Jaygie Martinez Agcaoili Kasey Ame Matsumoto Kawehi-Ann K. Rickard

  2. GOAL AND OBJECTIVES Familiarize Analyze Illustrate Demonstrate the basics of Java 3D

  3. FAMILIARIZE Audience with Java 3D object scenes Basic shapes Java 3D classes

  4. ANALYZE Object scene structure Shape hierarchy Shape components

  5. ILLUSTRATE Object scene users can interact with Shape hierarchy through a JTree Components of shapes through user interaction

  6. TARGET AUDIENCE ICS 465 classmates Professor Jan Stelovsky TA, Zuzana Hlavackova Others learning the Basics of 3D Java

  7. 3D SHAPES MOCK-UP DESIGN Square Display Shape • Area displays the shape which was selected. • The rotate button rotates shape in ‘this’ display box • Stop button, ends rotation • Clear clears display • When user clicks on node top bottom front back left right Etc. top rotate stop clear etc.

  8. INTENDED FUNCTIONALITY[buttons] rotate stop clear ends rotation empties the display box rotates shape in the display box

  9. INTENDED FUNCTIONALITY[3D SHAPES] 3D SHAPES (root node) Tree displays: All the shapes contained in that node i.e. square, triangle, etc. Dialog Box displays: 3D shapes contained in that node i.e. square, triangle, etc. back to tree

  10. INTENDED FUNCTIONALITY [Square] Square (parent node) Tree displays: All the possible sides of a square (scene) i.e. top, bottom, front, back, etc. Dialog Box displays: 3D square back to tree

  11. INTENDED FUNCTIONALITY [top] top (child node) Tree displays: nothing Dialog Box displays: 3D square with the top side (scene) highlighted back to tree

  12. INTENDED FUNCTIONALITY [bottom] bottom (child node) Tree displays: nothing Dialog Box displays: 3D square with the bottom side (scene) highlighted back to tree

  13. INTENDED FUNCTIONALITY [front] front (child node) Tree displays: nothing Dialog Box displays: 3D square with the front side (scene) highlighted back to tree

  14. INTENDED FUNCTIONALITY [back] back (child node) Tree displays: nothing Dialog Box displays: 3D square with the back side (scene) highlighted back to tree

  15. INTENDED FUNCTIONALITY [left] left (child node) Tree displays: nothing Dialog Box displays: 3D square with the left side (scene) highlighted back to tree

  16. INTENDED FUNCTIONALITY [right] right (child node) Tree displays: nothing Dialog Box displays: 3D square with the right side (scene) highlighted back to tree

  17. CONCLUSION We hope you have enjoyed our presentation. If you have any questions, please email any of us. Jaygie Martinez Agcaoili (jaygie@hawaii.edu) Kasey Ame Matsumoto (kaseyma@hawaii.edu) Kawehi-Ann K. Rickard (kawehian@hawaii.edu)

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