Just Java 3D is a website dedicated to developing tutorials based on the Java3D library. Java3D is a 3D Programming API for the Java platform. Just Java 3D will assist you in developing your very own Java3D projects whether you’re a complete beginning or a seasoned programmer.

Visit the tutorials section of Just Java 3D to get started with everything you need, Just Java 3D is updated with brand new tutorials coming whenever they’re made, don’t forget to follow Just Java 3D to keep up with all of the latest tutorials.


The tutorials on the website are based on Java 3D 1.5.2, this is the last and final stable release of the Java 3D API released on February 28, 2008. Java 3D is old technology however, it can be still useful to learn. It teaches the concept of scene graphs and is still used as the library to teach 3D rendering to many students around the world.

Quality resources on Java 3D are scarce, that is what this website aims to accomplish. To create quality tutorials to get you started in developing your own Java 3D applications.


The tutorials on the website will also focus on the StdDraw3D library developed by Hayk Martirosyan. You can find a copy of the StdDraw3D class in the Source Code section of the website.

StdDraw3D allows the programmer to interact much easier with the Java3D API. Creating a 3D sphere requires just a single line of code.

You have full permission to use all of the source code on this website for whatever you want, no credit is needed.

 


 

Java3D StdDraw3D Solar System

The final project for StdDraw3D will be the development of a 3D Solar System. The Solar System will feature all eight planets, along with some Dwarf planets and major moons. The Solar System will be fully animated and loading high resolution textures.

The tutorial will be coming soon…

 


 

Resources

The Official Java3D Documentation
http://download.java.net/media/java3d/javadoc/1.5.0/

The Official Java3d Java Website
https://java3d.java.net/

Source Code
https://justjava3d.wordpress.com/java3d-code/


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